Emacs 21 Is Out
Oct 22, 2001, 07:14 (7 Talkback[s])
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[ Thanks to Cyd for this link. ]
GNU Emacs 21, the latest major version of the GNU flagship text
editor, is now available. It boasts a horde of new features,
including an extensible toolbar and a new redisplay engine that can
handle variable-size characters, embedded pixmaps, and color in
Tarballs are available from the GNU ftp site. The list of
mirrors is here. CVS can
now be browsed from GNU Savannah.
Note that if you use Calc, the powerful RPN calculator for
Emacs, you may have to upgrade it, as changes in Elisp have broken
older versions. The Calc package in Debian unstable works fine.