I can hear you say: "Fine, but what does this mean to me?"
You will continue to enjoy three master websites, updating within
minutes from developers committing changes to our new website
repository at SunSITE.dk.
These websites are:
In order to do some undisclosed testing I will disable commits to
Please us the latter two for authoritative and up-to-date information
about the XEmacs projects.
More later ...
Please refer to the Release Notes for details.
They may be found at
for information about the purpose of this module.
is automatically being updated from commits to the xemacsweb module at
Sourceforge (https://sourceforge.net/projects/xemacs/) again.
Let's all thank Martin Buchholz for making this work again after the
software and hardware upgrades at SourceForge in Decemeber 2000.
Ever since the SourceForge move onto new hardware,
does not get updated automatically via commits to the
xemacsweb CVS module.
This is where redundancy pays off:
Please use the former until further notice.
Seasonal greetings,... read more
At long last the original XEmacs Website at http://www.xemacs.org/ is
automatically updated by commits to the xemacsweb module at
This provides us with two equally up-to-date websites for the XEmacs
I would like to encourage all contributors to the XEmacs project to
submit documentation and fixes for the website via the usual XEmacs
Patches mailing list (XEmacs Patches <email@example.com>).... read more
xemacsweb contains all sources for what you see when you visit
which is the XEmacs website hosted by SourceForge.
The purpose of this release is the learn how one is done.
Secondly, people without CVS access may download this file release and
submit patches generated as follows:
diff -u -r xemacsweb-1.00 xemacsweb-1.00-mywork
xemacsweb-1.00 is an unmodified copy of the file release tree,
xemacsweb-1.00-mywork is a copy of the former with local
modifications.... read more
I have completed and documented the initial implementation of the new
on sourceforge, http://xemacs.sourceforge.net/.
The website documentation can be found at
This is intended to be a bootstrapper for anybody interested in
getting started on the sourceforge half of XEmacs development.
Q: Has XEmacs development moved to sourceforge?
A: No. Currently there is only one CVS module on sourceforge, namely
xemacsweb. This is the content of
firstname.lastname@example.org:~/genpage which prduces most of the static
content of email@example.com:~/docs. Mailing list and their
archives, for one, have not been moved to sourceforge.... read more
The adventurous may already want to watch http://xemacs.sourceforge.net/ while it being brought up.
This is a copy of http://www.xemacs.org, with some improvements.
Some links still need to be fixed and mailing list archives are non-functional.
One new feature is that all documents are verified against
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"
"http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/loose.dtd">... read more