A GTK-server based GUI for Bigloo Scheme; a Windows distribution for both Bigloo, and GTK2. Tutorials on how to call GTK2 procedures from Scheme. A simple GUI for OCaml. It offers two kinds of widgets, to wit, buttons and an Emacs like mini-editor.
This project will create a major mode for mysql in Emacs. It will allow you all the usefulness of the mysql command line client, from within Emacs. I don't know if I'll do a full blown major mode yet, but the functions to run queries are definitely ther
Collaborators on a version-controlled .tex file can track changes.
LaTeX Track Changes shows changes over time for a .tex file that has its history stored in a git or svn repository. The user can customize how to view the changes: limited to certain authors or by revision or date among other filters. An Emacs mode provides the user interface. Plug-ins for other editors (such as TeXShop) are planned.
Lookup is an integrated search interface with electronic dictionaries for the Emacs text editor. You can use various kinds of dictionaries, such as CD-ROM books and online dictionaries, in an efficient and effective manner.
MH-E is the Emacs interface to the MH mail system. It offers all the functionality of MH, the visual orientation and simplicity of use of a GUI, and full integration with Emacs and XEmacs, including thorough configuration and online help.
MMM Mode is an add-on package for emacs that enables the user to edit different parts of a file in different major modes. It is well suited for editing embedded code and code-generating code. The development is hosted at GitHub now: https://github.com/purcell/mmm-mode Please report any issues there.
Emacs editing mode for X12 files
Emacs editing mode for X12 files and messages. Defines X12-specific font-locking and text navigation.
A Multi-Lingual Vocabulary system for GNUemacs, that helps you to learn words in other languages as you use them in your own language. Vocabulary is stored in CSV (spreadsheet) files for easy interchange.
ExAMYEs personal Emacs profiles.
A pack of Relax NG schemas for use with nxml-mode in emacs
This an unofficial port of X-emacs to Mac OS X's carbon interface based on code by Andrew Choi.
TextEditor multipage for all Amiga flavours (MUI)
NunniMJAX is a minimal java library for parsing XML. The API and functioning recall SAX and is sequential and event-driven. The parser strives to verify that the XML is well-formed, but no validation. NunniMJAX's FSM has been generated using NunniFSMGen
Ogre Mode is a GNU Emacs and XEmacs mode for editing OGRE3D scripts.
OmniMark major mode for Emacs/XEmacs
This is an Emacs/XEmacs major mode for editing OmniMark programs. It supports syntax highlighting, and uses heuristics to help with indentation. Additionally, programs can be navigated according to their structure.
Oneliner integrates UNIX shell with Emacs text editor. Oneliner provides various syntax for integration. (e.g. You can connect 'shell pipe' and 'Emacs buffer' directly with simple syntax.)
Records mode allows Emacs users to keep an online personal journal. Records indexes your personal journal by subject and date, understands web compatible links to a variety of documents, keeps track of TODO lists and operates as an editor and a browser.
Workaround for file associating problem in Windows Vista / 7
Workaround for the problem that exist with associating file types with programs located in other folders than the standard program folders in Windows Vista or Windows 7. It is specifically designed to make it possible to associate various file types with GNU Emacs (that is supposed to be located on a path that doesn't contain any space, and hence can't be located in the Program files folder), but the code can easily be modified and recompiled to make it possible to associate any file type with any program.
An Emacs mode for SGML and XML.
A whole lot of source code related to programming Linux systems with C
Emacs minor mode for editing RubyOnRails code
Open Source software that I have developed or maintained.
Rudel is a collaborative editing framework for GNU Emacs. It is designed to support multiple collaborative editing protocols such as the obby protocol.
ShortTalk: editing text by voice
[ShortTalk influenced more current approaches to programming by voice, see Tavis Rudd or Utter Commands. It doesn't work anymore, with Jaspan's vr-mode not functioning with NaturallySpeaking 13. /NK 2014] ShortTalk aspires to be a perfect and universal spoken language for editing and other intensive computer-mediated tasks. EmacsListen, the GNU Emacs code base in this project, implements ShortTalk and addresses key usability issues in dictation systems.
osi: Examples for creating software written in C++ that uses GTK+2.0 (Win32 and Linux). Build environment: GNU autotools with g++; MSVC --- boolmin: A Boolean Minimizer for Win32, Linux, UNIX --- emacs: XEmacs extensions designed to work on many machines