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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
additions.

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
http://www.jasspa.com/downsrc.html: "The official baseline for 2009
is 2009.10.11 ...", so the VERSION is 091011.

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

Homepage:
http://www.jasspa.com/

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

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

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

Access to the repository is available via:
ftp git cgit http rsync

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