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Emacs environments encourage extension. Users build functions and load them
into the global environment, utilizing functions and data already there.
Sep 5, 2008 ... In 1981, RichardStallman authored a paper about Emacs (TheEmacsPaper)
called EMACS the extensible, customizable self-documenting ...
Sep 18, 2010 ... Sawfish is an extensible window manager that uses the EmacsLisp-inspired
language Rep for customizations and extensions. See also ...
Extensible refers emacs being built upon a core set of routines hard-coded in C,
which are then extended using a language called EmacsLisp. For this reason ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... ... displays help information when you're idle. ;; Modeled after eldoc, but
extensible. ;; An example I use for learning some important AucTeX key ...
Jan 3, 2011 ... “This mode makes it easy to configure settings for individual buffers with a
concice and extensible mini-language. It abstracts away common ...
Jun 22, 2011 ... ... by authoritative definition in RichardStallman's 1981 publication, 'EMACS: the
extensible, customizable self-documenting display editor', ...
Nov 9, 2015 ... Evil is an extensible vi layer for Emacs. It provides Vim features like Visual
selection and text objects, and is the successor to Vimpulse and ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... HemLock is an extensible Emacs-like text editor embedded in CMUCL. It follows
the tradition of the Lisp Machine editor ZWEI and the ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... Emacs is an extensible self-documenting editor. A lot of the knowledge the user
can be supplied with comes from documentation strings, ...