Download etexshow.tgz or etexshow.zip (40k) (version alpha 5c). This is a port of texshow to my favorite os (emacs). texshow is a browser for most ConTeXt commands. ConTeXt is a nice macro package for TeX. See my ConTeXt page for more information.
There are two screenshots to look at. Requirements for etexshow: emacs 21 or xemacs 21.4 and the tar or the zip archive. For a list of changes see the ChangeLog. User visible Changes in alpha 5: pgxml.el has changed. Please notice that you have to remove the old pgxml.* files. If you forget to do this, no commands will be displayed! The syntax of the configuration of the xml-files has changed. Please see inside the etexshow.el file. Hyperlink support added. Comments can now be in different languages.
There is a README.txt file with the installation instruction. If anything is unclear, please tell me. You can find my email address inside the file.
get recent.el version 1.0a (last change: oct. 14 2001) and you get a recent menu where your last files visited are listed. also gives (with m-x recent) a command line interface for accessing the last files.
get tee.el version 0.1 and you have a tea timer in german (german tee = english tea) (invoke with m-x tee)
warning: evening commander does not work with xemacs!
evening commander (ec/ec.el, gzipped version ec/ec.el.gz) is a midnight commander like file manager for emacs. this is version 0.96b4 (file revision 1.18). this is a beta version. there are some notes inside the file. please have a look at them first. there is still a whole lot todo! please contact me if you have some suggestions or bug reports. please include the file revision in your comments. thanx. the ec/ChangeLog is still empty (since this is the inital announcement). there is also a (list of bugs). licence: gpl (gnu general public licence, see http://www.fsf.org/copyleft/gpl.html)
if you want to have a working and better norton commander clone, try http://www.emacswiki.org/elisp/nc.el
to use the .el files just put them into an emacs load-path and say something like this in your .emacs
(require 'recent) ;; loads recent.el
if you would like to add a local load-path just put this into .emacs file
(setq load-path (append (list "~/prog/elisp" "~/startup") load-path))
gibt es eine referenzkarte für den emacs (emacs.pdf, ca. 46 kb, pdf) und für den gnus (gnus.pdf, ca 44 kb, pdf)