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* [http://bzr.savannah.gnu.org/lh/emacs/trunk/files Browsable source repository]
 
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== Contributing to Emacs ==
* [http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/CONTRIBUTE Contributing to Emacs]
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* Testers
* [http://www.gnu.org/licenses/why-assign.html Copyright assignment]
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** Profiling
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** Memory Usage
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** Reporting Bugs
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** [http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/CONTRIBUTE Contributing to Emacs]
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** [http://www.gnu.org/licenses/why-assign.html Copyright assignment]
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* Core Developers
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** Project Leaders
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*** Stefan Monnier
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*** Chong Yidong
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** Others
  
 
== Niche Uses ==
 
== Niche Uses ==

Revision as of 16:44, 24 March 2012

Welcome to WikEmacs - A Community Maintained Emacs Wiki

Consult Mediawiki User's Guide for contributing to this wiki. Apparently there is a Mediawiki.el client. Does anyone have any experience with it?

About

Useful resources for working with Gnu Emacs. See also Emacs (Wikipedia).

This wiki is intended as a next generation replacement for Emacswiki

Getting started

Text editing in Emacs

Typesetting, Document Markup and Document Creation

Emacs as an IDE

Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Emacs is called CEDET. See Gentle Introduction to CEDET.

For Literate Programming see Org Babel.

Programming and Scripting Languages

Markup Languages

Compiling

Debugging

REPLs

Version Control

Productivity

Communication

Web browsing and web development

Shells and terminal emulation

Accessibility

Security and cryptography

Getting Involved

  • IRC Channel

Contributing to Emacs

  • Testers
    • Profiling
    • Memory Usage
    • Reporting Bugs
  • Core Developers
    • Project Leaders
      • Stefan Monnier
      • Chong Yidong
    • Others

Niche Uses

Games and Entertainment

  • Tetris
  • Doctor
  • Humor

History

  • XEmacs and Gnu Emacs

Popular Culture and Community

  • St Ignucius and the Church of Emacs
  • Saving the world from vi