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  • MADO TSUKAI NO YUUTSU

    THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN FINISHED. USE NODOKA ( http://www.appletkan.com/nodoka.htm ) or YAMY ( http://sourceforge.jp/projects/yamy/ ) INSTEAD. Let's customize all key bindings on Windows. For example, we can use a notepad.exe as if it were an emacs!

    Downloads: 1 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • ShortTalk (EmacsListen)

    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.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Software for at least Win32 and Linux.

    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

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • dumb's OutPage

    Written in Delphi 6, this application is intended to be a HTML editor with source highlighting (no WYSIWYG) and some nifty functions. Note: Development is frozen. You can apply for developer rights and continue the project. Just contact me.

  • elMake

    elmake is a way to provide makefiles for elisp packages (for emacs) which are processed completely in Elisp (no external autoconf, make etc. required). For info files, an external makeinfo is suggested, as elisp parsing of info files is slow.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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