To quote the Emacs Manual: "Emacs is the extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor." Emacs, being one of the flagships of the Free Software Foundation is used and developed by countless people for many years. It is available for a big number of OS and due to its extensibility it is like a swiss army knife for all editing tasks.
Please submit only sites and pages of general interest for Emacs users to this category. Modes and packages for Emacs should be submitted to the appropriate subcategory or Emacs Lisp.
Sites featuring Macintosh ports of Emacs or topics of interest for Emacs users on the Macintosh computers.
MicroEmacs is a GNU Emacs look alike cut down to the basics of editing. There is no extensibility via elisp. It is tailored for environments where the use of resources is a point that matters.
Due to the fact that MS-Windows is not the ideal platform for Emacs and you have to be aware of certain difficulties this category provides links to sites which deal with NT-Emacs. Both flavors of Emacs (GNU Emacs and XEmacs) are handled.
Please do only submit sites or pages relevant to using Emacs on the Windows platform. If your submission is platform independent, please consider to submit it to: Emacs or the appropriate section.
From the official site: "An alternative to GNU Emacs, XEmacs was originally based on an early alpha version of FSF's version 19, and has diverged quite a bit since then. XEmacs was known as Lucid Emacs through version 19.10. Almost all features of GNU Emacs are supported in XEmacs. The maintainers of XEmacs actively track changes to GNU Emacs while also working to add new features."
Please submit only sites and pages of general interest for XEmacs users to this category. Modes and packages for XEmacs should be submitted to Emacs Lisp with a note stating that they are for XEmacs only.