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 emacs

Gnu emacs editor (metapackage)
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Description:

Gnu emacs is the extensible self-documenting text editor. this is a metapackage that will always depend on the latest recommended emacs release.

User reviews:
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2 weeks ago

bkjaya1952
3 Please see this link here
1 month ago

alflanagan
5 You can find a better editor for a particular programming language. You won't find a better one if you use multiple languages.
2 months ago

snegtul
1 Dude no, use VIM instead. Emacs is evil and will give you ass cancer.
8 months ago

florianseltsam
5 Toller Texteditor!
10 months ago

amzer_zo
5 There's a learning curve but it's awesome (fetch version 24 on Synaptic)
1 year ago

sujitnag
5 powerful
1 year ago

cnevis
5 make the terminal Awesome
2 years ago

ali20
3 hard
2 years ago

tom-vn
3 it's hard to use for newbie as me
2 years ago

_deepfire
5 slime, org-mode, supports everything under the sun -- with common, but customizable keybindings, extensible and thoroughly hypertextual.. what could _possibly_ be better?
2 years ago

mysoomro
3 it's a so so app..
2 years ago

stormhike
5 First app I install in a new distribution. If you write code, it's worth the effort to learn.
2 years ago

dengulebaron
4 When will emacs 24 arrive?
2 years ago

Time
5 Once you know how to properly use Emacs, anything else feels very substandard.
2 years ago

agsom
5 A lot more than just an editor. It's amazing the variety of things you can do with Emacs, give it a try.
2 years ago

gmszone
5 more is less,powerful and useful
2 years ago

ulysses
4 In the old days for me indispensable.
2 years ago

dalcde
5 Very useful text editor
2 years ago

Pat_
5 Takeing a side doesn't mean you want the war, I hope
2 years ago

semuve72
5 Amazing
3 years ago

perepe
5 The best
3 years ago

trollboy
3 It's all right but there are many better editors
3 years ago

changsijay
5 great!!
3 years ago

farnaby
2 Well... if you want a geeky editor, why not use vim?
3 years ago

jasonjohnwells
5 a text editor that is just about its own OS. Org-mode is the the geekiest way to customize GTD with plain text. Built in scripts to manage TODOs and time tracking within an outline so the actions are within the context
3 years ago

ReckouNT
1 Outdated. even gedit much more better
3 years ago

hellangel
3 sooooooooooso~!
3 years ago

Le_Pat
5 Simply the best.
3 years ago

asedt
5 Learnd to use Emacs in scool programming C++/Lisp/ADA or anything else, it's ASUM, but for smaller edits I often use NANO in terminal or gedit.
3 years ago

hexram
5 I just can't live without it
3 years ago

defcon
5 extrem umfangreich, aber sehr gut
4 years ago

sigma-ml
5 Great text editor! From time to time I do try other editors. But, inevitably, I keep returning to Emacs.
4 years ago

awshidahak
5 Emacs is one of the best editors that I've run across, simply because it is so extensible. If you are used to emacs but familiar with vim, you can emable viper-mode to get similar keybindings.
4 years ago

ozos
5 Best editor
4 years ago

bugz
5 Good highly customizable editor can be dramatically extended by eLisp scripts
4 years ago

kael
5 Like Eurochriskelly said, steep learning curve, but once you know it, you can do almost anything in it.
4 years ago

eurochriskelly
5 Steep learning curve before it becomes worthwhile to use but worth the investment if you plan on sticking with programming for a few years. Not installed by default on most systems so learn vi (or nano) too!
4 years ago

NicolasRobidoux
5 Powerful, efficient and complex
4 years ago

silver
5 A remarkable tool which also edits text like nobody's business.
4 years ago

linXea
5 emacs, best you can get as far as I am concerned
4 years ago

ledjin
5 Good editor. But I use both emacs and vim.
4 years ago

L0r3nz0
5 Just the best!
4 years ago

uzumaki
5 Best editor!