Barry's Emacs

News

2-Sep-2005 V7.2-246 blessed as Stable release.

2-Sep-2005 Move barrys-emacs.org to a new hosting company clara.net (the pervious iicinternet.com has very poor customer support).

19-Jan-2005 Beta test version of Barry's Emacs V7.2-246 is available for Windows, Linux and FreeBSD. Add smart-auto-execute, great for working on unix #! script files and a couple of bug fixes. Dropped support for OpenBSD and RedHat 7.2, Add support for Mac OS X, RedHat FC2 and FC3

29-Jul-2004 Beta test version of Barry's Emacs V7.2-242 is available for Windows, Linux and FreeBSD. Add better XML-mode and a couple of bug fixes.

12-Apr-2004 Beta test version of Barry's Emacs V7.2-239 is available for Windows, Linux and FreeBSD. Add simple XML-mode couple of bug fixes.

17-Mar-2004 Beta test version of Barry's Emacs V7.2-238 is available for Windows, Linux and FreeBSD. fixes default backup file naming bug introduced in 237.

14-Mar-2004 Beta test version of Barry's Emacs V7.2-237 is available for Windows, Linux and FreeBSD. Some bug fixes, Better X11 cut and paste, python 2.3 support and some minor new features.

7-Sep-2002 Barry's Emacs V7.2-208 is available for Windows, Linux and FreeBSD.

V7.2 is now the recommended version of Barry's Emacs.

Current stable version is Barry's Emacs V7.2

Download Barry's Emacs stable version.

Overview

Barry's Emacs is easy to use and accessable yet powerful.

You can start using Barry's Emacs as a notepad replacement. Then, at your own speed use more advanced features.

Its user interface uses the familiar Windows style user interface, key bindings, menus, toolbar and dialogs. Barry's Emacs is integrated with the Windows explorer.

Features

Supported Operating systems

Windows XPWindows 2000Windows/NT 4.0
Windows/MeWindows/98Windows/95
Linux FreeBSDMac OS X

Barry's Emacs FAQ

Check the FAQ for frequently asked questions.

Discussion group

Barry's Emacs is discussed on Yahoo group barrysemacs.


Last updated 2-Sep-2005

Barry A. Scott, barry at barrys-emacs dot org