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Some Useful XEmacs Customizations

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In the past, any Unix system that did not have the vi editor was considered neutered. While many users still believe that, my opinion is the best Unix text editor is the one you know, and, today, many people do know Emacs. Scuttlebutt has it that even Bill Joy — the creator of vi — uses Emacs. With Emacs users in mind, Tom Benton presents some useful XEmacs customizations.

Some Useful XEmacs Customizations

If you believe vi is the greatest thing since sliced bread, you might want to skip this article. If, however, you are a little more open minded or perhaps already an emacs user, read on.

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