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1<sect2>
2<title>Contents</title>
3
4<para>The emacs package contains <userinput>emacs, b2m, ctags, ebrowse,
5emacsclient, etags, grep-changelog, rcs-checkin, cvt-mail,
6digest-doc, emacsserver, fakemail, hexl, movemail, profile, rcs2log,
7sorted-doc, vcdiff, yow</userinput>.</para>
8
9</sect2>
10
11<sect2><title>Description</title>
12
13<sect3><title>emacs</title>
14<para>The editor proper.</para></sect3>
15
16<sect3><title>b2m</title>
17<para>b2m is a program to convert mail files from RMAIL format to Unix
18`mbox' format.</para></sect3>
19
20<sect3><title>ctags</title>
21<para>ctags creates cross reference tagfile database files for source
22code.</para></sect3>
23
24<sect3><title>ebrowse</title>
25<para>ebrowse permits browsing of C++ class hierarchies from with
26emacs.</para></sect3>
27
28<sect3><title>emacsclient</title>
29<para>emacsclient attaches an emacs session to an already running
30emacsserver instance.</para></sect3>
31
32<sect3><title>etags</title>
33<para>etags is another program to generate source code cross reference
34tagfiles</para></sect3>
35
36<sect3><title>grep-changelog</title>
37<para>grep-changelog prints entries in ChangeLogs matching various
38criteria.</para></sect3>
39
40<sect3><title>rcs-checkin</title>
41<para>rcs-checkin is a shell script used to check files into RCS</para></sect3>
42
43<sect3><title>cvt-mail</title>
44<para>cvt-mail converts old style goslings emacs mail directories into
45gnu-rmail format.</para></sect3>
46
47<sect3><title>digest-doc</title>
48<para>digest-doc is a filter to create nroff output for man pages.</para></sect3>
49
50<sect3><title>emacsserver</title>
51<para>emacserver allows other applications/shells to access an already
52running emacs instance and share buffers with it.</para></sect3>
53
54<sect3><title>fakemail</title>
55<para>fakemail is a sendmail-like interface to /bin/mail.</para></sect3>
56
57<sect3><title>hexl</title>
58<para>hexl converts files for editing with emacs hexl-mode binary file
59editing mode.</para></sect3>
60
61<sect3><title>movemail</title>
62<para>movemail provide access to POP3 mailboxes.</para></sect3>
63
64<sect3><title>profile</title>
65<para>profile generates periodic events for profiling of Emacs
66Lisp code.</para></sect3>
67
68<sect3><title>rcs2log</title>
69<para>rcs2log generates change log prefixes from RCS files.</para></sect3>
70
71<sect3><title>sorted-doc</title>
72<para>sorted-doc is a filter to generate texinfo files.</para></sect3>
73
74<sect3><title>vcdiff</title>
75<para>vcdiff compares SCCS files.</para></sect3>
76
77<sect3><title>yow</title>
78<para>yow prints a quotation from Zippy the Pinhead.</para></sect3>
79
80</sect2>
81
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