Emacs Info

John A. Turner

September 15, 1998

I started using GNU Emacs around 1985, but switched to XEmacs around 1992 (when it was known as Lucid Emacs). In addition to editing, I use XEmacs to read mail, and as a file browser, a terminal (shell) window, a diff/merge tool, an interface to CVS, and many other things.

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John A. Turner