Using Emacs for Oracc work

Emacs is a high-powered text editor which, while not particularly pretty, is extremely useful for editing ATF files, managing projects and writing ESP portals. On these pages we discuss:

Preparing to work with Emacs
On this page we describe how to obtain, install and configure it for Oracc work.
Starting to use Aquamacs (Emacs for Mac)
Here we give a short description of some features that we have found useful for editing and lemmatising ATF in Aquamacs (Emacs for Mac), apart from those provided by atf-mode.
Starting to use EmacsW32 (Emacs for PC)
Here we give a short description of some features that we have found useful for editing and lemmatising ATF in EmacsW32 (Emacs for Windows), apart from those provided by atf-mode.
Working with ATF in Emacs using atf-mode
An Emacs major mode is available which makes editing ATF files a bit easier and gives access to the template generator and checker.

See also the pages on managing projects with Emacs and building ESP portals.

23 Jul 2014 osc at oracc dot org
 
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