Etach is an Emacs add-on that allows easy management of MIME email attachments in RMAIL and Mail modes. For more information please see rulnick.com/etach. Etach moved from sourceforge.net to rulnick.com in 2001.
NOTE: This SourceForge project is now *obsolete*, and has now moved to Savannah, please visit: http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/cp-tools.
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.
The easy setup to give Emacs editors that out-of-box experience!
A comprehensive (X)Emacs interface for an inferior Common Lisp, or other Lisp based languages.
The Insidious Big Brother DataBase is an emacs-based contact manager that integrates itself into your mail and news clients.
Jess-mode is a collection of Emacs Lisp files designed to facilitate the development of Java Expert System Shell (JESS) applications. Currently, the package consists of a major mode for editing source and an inferior mode used to run the Jess interpreter
This elisp package provides text based table creation and editing feature. Emacs can edit tables embedded inside a document, just like a modern WYSIWYG word processor. The latest version generates a table HTML source from a WYSIWYG table.
A cross platform emacs like editor and assorted tools.
XEmacs is a highly customizable text editor and application development system. Its emphasis is on modern graphical user interface support and an open software development model.
Mailcrypt is an Emacs Lisp package which provides a simple interface to public key cryptography with PGP [and now GnuPG!]. Mailcrypt makes strong cryptography a fully integrated part of your normal mail and news handling environment
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.
GNU Applet(gnuapplet) is an applet that can (1)launch gnu emacs when clicked and (2)open an file on GNU Emacs by draging-and-dropping an icon from gnome desktop. In other word, GNU Applet is a GUI version of gnuclient.
This is an Emacs-Lisp package that enables easy editting and maintenance of DocBook XML files within GNU Emacs.
A freely available clone of the excellent molecular modelling program "O" from Alwyn Jones.
Framework for configuring (x)emacs, based on desire.el script.
Cleanux holds different scripts and programs for cleaning up messy code, such as XML and HTML.
Scripts to make emacs, pdfsync and xpdf work together.
Forward/Inverse from tex to pdf never quite seem to work out of the box. These scripts aim to ensure that you will be able to do forward/inverse search from emacs to tex. Pdfsync is used for the synchronization.
Binary packages of GNU Emacs
Binary packages of GNU Emacs, made from its official, unmodified source code (either released versions or development snapshots). The goal is to enlarge the amount of people using this great editor, and hopefully contributing to its development. [I've lost interest in maintaining this project, as I see a much better approach to use Emacs: Use it from a GNU environment, that is, either a GNU/Linux machine or a Cygwin environment.]
A better isearch for Emacs
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.
Reftex version supporting citations from RIS, Eprints XML, METS files and external databases - RefDB and Eprints3
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.