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GNU Emacs

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The Hyperform development environment supports the use of two editors for customization of the Provided HBMS services into new data models and HBMS designs: GNU Emacs [Stallman 1984], the well-known extensible editor and, EHTS Editor [Will 1991; 1992], a multiuser hypermedia text editor.
The bound-in CD-ROM includes GNU Emacs (for Unix) and NT Emacs (for Windows).
RICHARD STALLMAN (rms@ai.mit.edu) received the 1990 ACM Grace Murray Hopper award for developing GNU Emacs. He is also the author of the free symbolic debugger GDB, and founded the project to develop the free GNU operating system.
Corresponding run-time support classes could include customized, application-specific classes (e.g., anchor and link classes specialized for the GNU Emacs editor).
By having a full Scheme interpreter, we offer advanced developers the ability to interactively add new functions directly in Scheme, similar to what GNU Emacs offers.
Also, once in a while my GNU Emacs editor get irretrievably hung when running in a Sun Emacstool window, because of a curious interaction between the two subsystems.