- n. computing A particular visual or WYSIWYG text editor (first written by Richard Stallman in 1975 but since reimplemented by others in several distinct versions), distinguished by its use of control characters as editing commands, by its lack of distinct "insert" and "edit" modes, and by its featurefulness and extensibility.
- editor macros (Wiktionary)
“I currently compose in Emacs org-mode for that reason.”
“Compiling this file with C-c C-k in Emacs and calling the function start-it in the REPL will start the Jetty.”
“Emacs is far superior to it, and Vim is far superior to Emacs.”
“I for one use a the ‘doctor’ mode in Emacs to help me see my fears, concerns in a text file.”
“I see plenty of this in Emacs modules and functions.”
“Some people still use console browsers, or browse within Emacs.”
“SLIME, the Superior Lisp Interaction Mode for Emacs, which is a really really powerful IDE for Common Lisp.”
“It is not like we are asking people to use GNU Emacs + LaTeX.”
“Emacs would have caught that. strasmangelo jones Says:”
“This is one of the tips in Steve Yegge's articleEffective Emacs.”
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