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Re: What is emacs architecture ?

From: Masatake YAMATO
Subject: Re: What is emacs architecture ?
Date: Wed, 07 Jul 2010 15:07:46 +0900 (JST)

> Hello greets everyone.
> I am a newbie interested in knowing some basic architecture of emacs. I hope
> some of you gurus would make it easy for a newbie like me to understand it.
> I would assume that you would have a big mental picture of the program and
> then a more detailed picture. It is not possible to manage such a huge
> program without a crisp concept.
> If emacs is a meta-recursive lisp interpreter then that serves as pseudo
> code for it.
> Does someone have a UML, FSM or any other pictorial representation, or
> textual representation of the big picture of emacs ?
> Thanks
> Franz Xe

(I've not read yet but)``Beautiful Architecture, 1st Edition'', published from 
O'Reilly may help you.
Ih chapter 11 Jim Blandy wrote about the architecture. of Emacs.

Masatake YAMATO

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