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Re: What is emacs architecture ?

From: Stephen J. Turnbull
Subject: Re: What is emacs architecture ?
Date: Thu, 08 Jul 2010 09:09:14 +0900

Fren Zeee writes:

 > > > Does someone have a UML, FSM or any other pictorial representation, or
 > > > textual representation of the big picture of emacs ?

The best description of the internals of GNU Emacs (aside from the
source, which is of dubious worth for the purpose at hand) is still
the XEmacs Internals Manual.


It's not intensively maintained, and obviously is going to differ from
GNU Emacs in many details.  Being a relatively ancient Info manual,
there are no pictorial representations.  Still, it may be of some use
to you.  Questions and comments welcome (to
<URL:mailto:address@hidden>, please, few of the people on this
list have ever looked at it, I suspect).

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