Extensible Macro-Customizable Self-Documenting Editor (Emacs)

(last updated: 16-May-2015 09:31)


  1. GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual; Free Software Foundation.
  2. GNU Emacs Manual, Fifth Edition, Emacs Version 18 for Unix Users; October 1986, Richard Stallman.
  3. GNU Emacs Manual, Thirteenth Edition, Version 20, July 1997; Richard M. Stallman; Free Software Foundation, 1997.
  4. GNU Emacs UNIX Text Editing and Programming; Michael A. Schoonover, John S. Bowie, and William R. Arnold; Addison-Wesley, 1992.
  5. GNU Emacs and XEmacs; Larry Ayers; Prima Publishing, 2001.
  6. Learning GNU Emacs; Debra Cameron and Bill Rosenblatt; O'Reilly & Associates, 1991, reprinted April 1992.
  7. Learning GNU Emacs, Second Edition; Debra Cameron, Bill Rosenblatt, and Eric Raymond; O'Reilly & Associates, 1996.
  8. Programming in Emacs Lisp: An Introduction, Edition 1.04, October 1995; Robert J. Chassell; Free Software Foundation.
  9. Unix Desktop Guide to Emacs; Ralph Roberts and Mark Boyd; Hayden Books, 1992.
  10. Writing GNU Emacs Extensions; Bob Glickstein; O'Reilly & Associates, 1997.

Conference Papers

  1. "EMACS, The Extensible, Customizable, Self-Documenting Display Editor", R.M. Stallman; Proceedings of the ACM SIGPLAN SIGOA Symposium on Text Manipulation, June 1981, pgs 147-156.

Web Pages and Websites

  1. Wikipedia article "Emacs".
  2. GNU Emacs web page: www.gnu.org/software/emacs/