Emacs is a powerful text editor that is popular among programmers and other computer users with technical work. EMACS, an abbreviation for Editor MACroS, was originally completed by Richard Stallman at MIT in collaboration with Guy Steele in 1975.
Inspired by TECMAC and TMACS, this is a macro text editor written by Guy Steele, Dave Moon, Richard Greenblatt, Charles Frankston. Since its inception, Emacs has evolved into a number of branches, the most widely used of which are: GNU Emacs, initiated by Richard Stallman in 1984 and maintained by him, and XEmacs in 1991. XEmacs is a branch of GNU Emacs and still maintains considerable compatibility. They all use Emacs Lisp, a highly scalable programming language, that extends the functionality of programming, compilation, and even web browsing.
Emacs 25.3 released. Major updates:
- Fix the vulnerability: The vulnerability was introduced in Emacs 19.29. To solve this problem, add the following to your ~ / in the Emacs version before 25.3:
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(eval-after-load "enriched" '(defun enriched-decode-display-prop (start end &optional param) (list start end)))