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JED Modes Repository

A collection of S-Lang scripts (modes) contributed by JED users.

JED is a small, fast ("instant startup") and powerful text editor for Unix, VMS, DOS, OS/2, BeOS, QNX, and win9X/NT platforms. It can be configured and extended in the S-Lang scripting language.
JED comes with a lot of tools (info; mail; rmail; ispell; shell mode; ...) and provides editing modes (syntax highlight, indentation, compile, ...) for many programming languages, as well as HTML and (La)TeX (with AUC-TeX style editing and BibTeX).
This site provides additional tools and modes created by JED users.
Lists modes sorted by Title, Creator, Date, Subject, ...,
List modes sorted by keywords (Games, Languages, S-Lang Extensions, Tools, UI, ...)
Grep in the mode metadata for a regular expression:
Not found? Try a generic search engine or check other places of JED on the web.
Installation hints, documentation and templates for the Jedmodes site.
For download of individual modes, use the download links on the mode pages.
Release downloads are available via the Sourceforge File Release System.
Debian or Ubuntu users will find a choice of Jedmodes modes in the jed-extra package.
The CVS repository usually contains more features and fewer bugs than the releases. It is not only for developers! Download the latest sources from the CVS repository with anonymous CVS access or browse the CVS with ViewVC.
Project Page
The project page provides statistics, contact data, download links and other project related info.
We kindly thank the Sourceforge for hosting this project.
For issues regarding the JED Modes Repository, mail to jedmodes-users.
For JED related questions, comments, patches, or a new mode, mail to the very helpfull jed users list. It might be a good idea to browse the mail archive first, by date or by threads or to do a search in the mail archive.
All modes at Jedmodes are free software.
If not stated otherwise in the individual file, all modes at Jedmodes are copyrighted by their respective creator and released under the GNU General Public License (GPL)
The modes are distributed in the hope that they will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

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