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- AUC TeX is a package that supports writing and formatting TeX files for Emacs. Many different macro packages are supported, including AMS TeX, LaTeX, and TeXinfo.
Anders Lindgren's Emacs Page
- Features modes for programmers and users alike.
Chen's XEmacs Lisp Hacks
- Featuring multiple major modes in a buffer, a line number mode and a mode for displaying vertical bars.
Dave Pearson's Emacs Stuff
- Some helpful Emacs packages.
- Package for talking to a dictionary server.
- Desktop-menu.el, bs.el for buffer selection and gimp-shell.el for Gimps Script Fu are available.
- ICQ client integrated into XEmacs.
Emacs Code by Stephen Eglen
- Various modes provided by the maintainer of the ELL.
Emacs Lisp packages by C.Queinnec
- Packages available: defaultcontent, defaultbanner, supertab, mousymacro.
Emacs Modes by Bob Glickstein
- Featuring unscroll.el to restore the screen after intentional or unintentional scrolling and winhist.el, an automatic window-configuration history mechanism.
- A web browser completely written in Elisp.
Eric Marsden's Download Page
- Beside Common Lisp and Scheme files, various Elisp packages are available. Amongst others there is an implementation of the Internet Printing Protocol, a HTTP server embedded in Emacs, and a simple library for the Common Gateway Interface, which allows you to service requests for non static web pages.
- A package for on the fly spell checking.
Foof's Emacs Page
- CSS mode and contextual templates for Emacs.
FreeBSD Ports: Elisp
- Emacs-Lisp packages for FreeBSD users.
GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual
- The official resource for all Elisp questions.
Harley Gorrell's Elisp
- Various modes, for editing crontab files or DNA sequences, an addition to perl-mode, and Postgres95 dialect support.
Help on Strokes
- A XEmacs package that gives you control with the mouse alone, and does on-line character and gesture recognition.
- The development site which contains the latest beta releases of the Emacs interface to ispell not yet included into the standard distributions.
Jim Blandy's Emacs Hacks
- Featuring balance.el, a major mode for automatically updating totals of numbers interspersed with text and dafft.el, a minor mode for navigating patches.
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