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jasspa (enhanced microemacs text editor)

Jasspa's MicroEmacs is an Emacs editor biased towards UNIX users,
working across platforms by providing a consistent interface under
UNIX, Microsoft Windows 3.1/'95/'98/NT/2K/XP and DOS operating systems.
It features syntax highlighling, folding, multiple undo/redo, macro
languge, organizer, mailer, calendar, multiple frames and windows and
much more See it's internal help for full list of features.

Jasspa is a descendant of the original microemacs, with a lot of

About the slackbuild script:
- The official way to build jasspa is to use the script named 'build'
from the source distribution which autodetects a few things, so I use
this script, but if I use this script I have to patch linux2.gmk
and linux26.gmk.

- there is a special version called nanoemacs (ne) which is a small
macro-less minimal version, only useful for extremly minimal
installations, so I do not provide a build variant for it, because I
think it is not so useful.

- Note, that while the package contains an updated macros collection
from 2009.10.17, the version is 091011. This is intentional, the
macros collection contains some minor fixes, but according to "The official baseline for 2009
is 2009.10.11 ...", so the VERSION is 091011.

Maintained by: Ferenc Deak
Keywords: emacs,editor,editor emacs
ChangeLog: jasspa


Source Downloads:
jasspa-mesrc-20091011.tar.gz (a4db0f1b9bf6fd9699d13366e15305b9)
jasspa-metree-20091017.tar.gz (82f250e7dbfc5ae2917230de76a24826)

Download SlackBuild:
jasspa.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

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