SXEmacs is a highly customisable, self-documenting, extensible real-time display editor and IDE
SXEmacs is a highly customisable, self-documenting, extensible real-time display editor and IDE. It is a fork of the excellent and very popular XEmacs.
What's New in This Release:
The build chain has been restructured to take full advantage of the GNU autotools.
The install directory hierarchy is now much more FHS compliant.
New in this release are a basic implementation of Pugh's skip lists, FFI bindings to libgcrypt, support for PulseAudio, caching compiled regexps, and support for emodules on MacOS.
There were many updates to ENT, FFI, multimedia, and the OpenSSL support.
Several bugs were fixed in DSO loading, etags tools, raw string parsing, a stack overflow in mapconcat.
Many build related issues were fixed.
Drag 'n' drop support has been removed.
were fixed support for has been this release
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