A few versions of this text editor (sometimes) loved by many software programmers
This was initially published in reaction to discovering that there is a FAQ (maintained by “Craig A. Finseth” <firstname.lastname@example.org>) about the various implementations of Emacs. Since I have been collecting (and building) a few ones myself that were not published elsewhere, here they come:
- A slightly modified MicroEmacs (coming from Dave G. Conroy and modified by Christian Jullien in 1987).
- I used it as a basis for some time to have my own YR-Emacs (up to v1.30a).
- What appears to be a MicroEmacs v3.12a (original v3.12 from Daniel Lawrence, but slightly modified by me in a pitiful attempt to extend it for my own use).
I am not sure that this is more than history. It looks like nobody would be using these versions today, but I don’t want to let this go. I am mainly assuming that some source code historian would find this useful in 2050 (if this web site survived until then, and the word Emacs still has a meaning).