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Re: A trimmed-down GNU-like Emacs?
- To: info-mcl
- Subject: Re: A trimmed-down GNU-like Emacs?
- From: email@example.com (Scott Telford)
- Date: 16 Jul 91 12:23:27 GMT
- Newsgroups: comp.emacs, inet.comp.editors, gnu.emacs.help
- Organization: Spider Systems Limited, Edinburgh, UK.
- References: <1991Jul3.firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com> <1991Jul15.firstname.lastname@example.org>
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In article <1991Jul15.firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com writes:
>The last time I tried MicroEMACS 3.9 I couldn't keep it running for
>more than 5 minutes without a core-dump. And that's after I fixed
I've been using a slightly hacked v3.10 for over a year on 4.2BSD/SunOS,
and it never coredumps. Well...almost never.
>I'm not a big fan of the direction it took after 3.9 either...
v3.11beta has pop-up buffers (like list-buffers in Jove), tags support,
and partial multiple screen support (for future window-based versions).
>On the other hand, Jove 4.12 rarely crashes even on my SysVr3 systems,
>and I assume Jove 4.14 is even better.
>Jove also runs on PC's, Mac's, etc.; not just UNIX!
MicroEMACS is even more portable thay Jove: AmigaDOS, Atari TOS, VMS,
and even more obscure systems....8^)
Jove's a very nice piece of kit, but it's lack of macro language is a pain.
Scott Telford "I think she's one of the greatest
Spider Systems Ltd, Edinburgh, UK. composers of the century, in my opinion."
phone: +44 31 554 9424 - Nigel Kennedy, on Kate Bush.