The Emacs package ANTLR-Mode provides: syntax highlighting for ANTLR grammar files, automatic indentation, menus containing rule/token definitions and supported options and various other things like running ANTLR from within Emacs.
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.
Ange ftp over SSH is a Perl wrapper around ssh that emulates an ftp client. This allows emacs to edit remote files using the ange-ftp package.
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.
Bone Yard is a simple method for inserting default, mode specific, text into empty Emacs buffers. It's used to easily load boilerplate text to get started with new programs.
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.
CC Mode is a GNU Emacs and XEmacs mode for editing C and other languages with similar syntax; currently C++, Objective-C, Java, CORBAs IDL, Pike, and AWK. It is a standard package in both GNU Emacs and XEmacs.
Collection of Emacs Development Environment Tools
Chinese Emacs Configuration(emacs_chinese) provide chinese configuration of gnu emacs under popular OS(windows, Linux, Freebsd,etc), also provide a lot of emacs package configurations. I just want to simplify the installation and custmaization of gnu emac
Cleanux holds different scripts and programs for cleaning up messy code, such as XML and HTML.
A Cocoa port of Emacs for MacOS X and GNUstep
A JSP (Javaserver Page) Editing mode for XEmacs, implemented in eLisp, providing in-editor JSP compilation and jump-to-line-number debugging
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.
DictEm is an extremely customizable Dictionary client for (X)Emacs. It implements functions of the client part of the Dictionary protocol (RFC-2229). It widely uses autocompletion and provides powerful API that allows to heavily extend its functionality.
Distributed Erlang in Emacs Lisp. Consists of a library for Emacs/Erlang integration, and a suite of tools built atop it.
ECB is a file/code browser for Emacs. It can be used to browse any type of file and supports parsing of Java, C, C++, Elisp and some other code like perl, TeX, LaTeX. All browsing windows are within one frame and they are deletion-protected (eg by C-x 1)
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.
You will find here a set of useful Emacs Lisp libraries to improve your usage of GNU Emacs or XEmacs.
The easy setup to give Emacs editors that out-of-box experience!
Write (X)Emacs extensions in Perl. Invoke Perl from Elisp and Elisp from Perl. Command the powerful Emacs scripting API using your choice of language.
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.
ESense - Erlang "IntelliSense" for Emacs
Customizations to make GNU Emacs easy-to-use for newcomers.
Easymacs is an easy-to-learn, one-size-fits-all configuration for new users of GNU Emacs.