A JSP (Javaserver Page) Editing mode for XEmacs, implemented in eLisp, providing in-editor JSP compilation and jump-to-line-number debugging
Elpoint is a presentation tool which runs on Emacs. Dynamic presentation content can be developed easily. Inline images can be displayed in the presentation. The images can be retrieved from web sites only by pecifying the image's URL.
Kawa is a full Scheme implementation. It implements almost all of R5RS (for exceptions see Restrictions), plus some extensions.
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.
A bundle of lisp extensions, largely original, for GNU Emacs with the goal to obtain a more user friendly and powerful interface. The new features include contextual tool bars, new TeX interface, very complete menus, and a well structured IDE.
nqmacs is a set of precompiled w32-binaries based on the source code of Emacs' current development version (which will eventually be released as Emacs 22.1). It's no official Emacs distribution, however.
Alpaca is a programmable rich-text editor for authors using Mac OS X. It is built on, and programmable in, Common Lisp, and has a complete Common Lisp programming environment built into it.
The Breadcrumb package is an Emacs add-on module that allows setting a series of quick bookmarks in Emacs. The bookmarks are global across different editing buffers, leaving a trail of breadcrumbs across them that you can jump back to quickly.
this "project" aims to be a place where Common Lisp specific improvements to a number of useful (X)Emacs packages are collected and maintained.
Cleanux holds different scripts and programs for cleaning up messy code, such as XML and HTML.
dosbat is a major mode for editing DOS batch files in Emacs. dosbat performs syntax highlighting and will add features common to other Emacs modes such as comment region, code templates, or other things people find useful.
DesktopAid will save your editing session when you quit (X)Emacs and reload it when you start your favorite editor again. All your active frames and loaded files will be restored as if you never quit (X)Emacs.
Distributed Erlang in Emacs Lisp. Consists of a library for Emacs/Erlang integration, and a suite of tools built atop it.
The dot emacs init file svn
The dot emacs init file svn by lestathc.
EJab is a client for the Jabber (www.jabber.org) open standards instant messaging system which is written in Emacs Lisp and runs inside Emacs.
We have moved to http://sv.gnu.org/projects/erc. ERC is a powerful, modular, and extensible IRC client for Emacs and XEmacs. Full documentation can be found on the wiki by following the "Home Page" link.
Framework for configuring (x)emacs, based on desire.el script.
Elserv is an HTTP server which runs on Emacs, as a background process.
eac - emacs auto complete plugin. engine-universal, easy extensible, has universal API. main aim: make intellectual _dynamic_ auto complete feature. project consists from C and elisp parts.
MMIX synthax highlighting mode for Emacs; based on Emacs\' nasm-mode written by Per Lundberg
Notebook mode sets up a sub-process that has well defined input and output responses, such as a shell, or a command line program like matlab. Each notebook has a collection of cells, consisting of a prompt, an input region, and an output region.
emacs-templates uses elisp and tempalte files to insert a template into the current buffer base on the file name or buffers mode.
Emacs VR Mode integrates the features of Dragon NaturallySpeaking with GNU Emacs.
A port of GNU Emacs to the Mac OS. The current version is part of the standard Emacs 21 distribution and runs on Mac OS 8 and 9. Many of Emacs's features are implemented, including international character sets, input methods, and coding systems.
preview-latex, the higly addictive and productive LaTeX previewing and folding tool for Emacs, has become part of the AUCTeX project at http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/auctex now and is integrated since version 11.80.