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Sat Jun 16 13:11:06 EDT 2007
On Jun 16, 2007, at 11:10 AM, Andrew Coppin wrote:
>> Give it a go. Start out with the Emacs tutorial  so that you
>> have your feet
>> on solid ground, then jump to the Emacs tour  to whet your
>> appetite to the
>> breadths of features that Emacs provides.
> It's a text-mode editor. quod erat demonstrandum.
It works in a terminal, yeah, but it's had an operable GUI (a few,
really) for a very long time. It has icons, buttons, menus, and all
Here are some screenshots of ECB (Emacs Code Browser), for example:
People write games in emacs (e.g. http://ulf.epplejasper.de/
There used to be a full graphical web browser in emacs (images and
everything), though it looks like it may have fallen by the wayside.
And tetris comes installed.
I'm an OSX user, so i use Aquamacs, but i have to assume that these
aged innovations have made it to the Windows platform as well.
I mean, yeah, it edits text, but it's not just a text-mode editor.
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