A Cocoa port of Emacs for MacOS X and GNUstep
Aquamacs Emacs is a Mac-native distribution of the powerful Emacs text editor (versions 23+), featuring Plug&Play and a great UI. Aquamacs feels just right on the Mac, interacts well with other apps, while supporting Emacs' keys and Elisp packages.
Create hyperlinks just by dragging, find contacts instantly, ...
GNU Hyperbole (pronounced Ga-new Hi-per-bo-lee), or just Hyperbole, is an amazing programmable hypertextual information management system implemented as a GNU Emacs package. This is the first public release in 2016. Hyperbole has been greatly expanded and modernized for use with the latest Emacs 25 releases; it supports GNU Emacs 24.4 or above. It contains an extensive set of improvements that can greatly boost your day-to-day productivity with Emacs and your ability to manage information stored across many different machines on the internet. People who get used to Hyperbole find it helps them so much that they prefer never to use Emacs without it. Hyperbole includes easy-to-use, powerful hypertextual button types and links that can be made without the need to learn a markup language. It also includes a hierarchical, record-based contact manager, a rapid window and frame control system and a powerful multi-level auto-numbered outliner.
This project delivers a binary distribution of GNU Emacs for Mac OS X (Carbon).
This an unofficial port of X-emacs to Mac OS X's carbon interface based on code by Andrew Choi.