Difference between revisions of "Emacs as a web browser's external editor"

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Since text editing in Emacs is better, Plugins are developed for all
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Since text editing in Emacs is better, extensions are developed for all
 
major web browsers to use Emacs as their external
 
major web browsers to use Emacs as their external
editor. Mostly these plugins make use of [[Emacs daemon]].
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editor. Mostly these extensions make use of [[Emacs daemon]].
  
 
== Firefox Family ==
 
== Firefox Family ==
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:* [[It's All Text!]].
 
:* [[It's All Text!]].
  
Note that [http://www.conkeror.org Conkeror] comes with a small C program that enables external editing of form fields and page source in Emacs. Thus, no third-party extension/plugin is required.
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[http://www.conkeror.org Conkeror] comes with a small C program that enables external editing of form fields and page source in Emacs. Thus, no third-party extension/plugin is required.
  
 
== Webkit family ==
 
== Webkit family ==

Revision as of 10:47, 30 March 2012

Since text editing in Emacs is better, extensions are developed for all major web browsers to use Emacs as their external editor. Mostly these extensions make use of Emacs daemon.

Firefox Family

 Iceweasel, Conkeror etc.

Conkeror comes with a small C program that enables external editing of form fields and page source in Emacs. Thus, no third-party extension/plugin is required.

Webkit family

 Safari, Chrome etc.

Internet Explorer

Opera