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The following are suggestions for articles to write, along with the page of the GNU Emacs manual which documents this feature.  ('''Note:''' it's possible that an article for a given topic exists already under a different name.  In that case, please ensure that the article includes the link to the manual page, and then remove the topic from this list.)
 
The following are suggestions for articles to write, along with the page of the GNU Emacs manual which documents this feature.  ('''Note:''' it's possible that an article for a given topic exists already under a different name.  In that case, please ensure that the article includes the link to the manual page, and then remove the topic from this list.)

Revision as of 14:54, 24 April 2013

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First time visitors can start exploring WikEmacs. We have added lots of useful pages since the launch of WikEmacs.


We need more WikEmacs Contributors. You can help the following way.

Note: First of all, please take a minute to look at the WikEmacs Guidelines before you start editing.
  • Priority tasks
    • Migrate content from EmacsWiki. Please adopt the following approach -I found this on EmacsWiki which was helpful. But it took me a lot of time to find it. Now that I have found it, I will put it in WikEmacs so that others can benefit from it.
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The latest stable release of Emacs is Emacs-24.3.

Emacs is available on all popular Operating Systems including GNU/Linux, BSD, OS X and Windows. It supports a variety of programming languages.

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The following are suggestions for articles to write, along with the page of the GNU Emacs manual which documents this feature. (Note: it's possible that an article for a given topic exists already under a different name. In that case, please ensure that the article includes the link to the manual page, and then remove the topic from this list.)