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Emacs is a class of text editors, possessing an extensive set of features, that are popular with computer programmers and other technically-proficient computer users. The original EMACS, a set of Editor MACroS for the TECO editor, was written in 1976 by Richard Stallman, Guy Steele, and Dave Moon. --Wikipedia:Emacs

Emacs on Macs

OS X Panther already includes Emacs 21.1.1. Carbon versions are available from Alex Rice and Enrico Franconi.

Emacs Discussions

Check out Emacs Forum hosted by Nabble archiving Emacs mailing lists into a searchable forum. You can find answers or post questions there.

See Also

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