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This package contains:
align-string - align string components over several lines;
all - edit all lines matching a given regexp;
apache-mode - major mode for editing Apache configuration files;
ascii - ASCII code display for character under point;
auto-fill-inhibit - finer grained control over auto-fill-mode;
bar-cursor - change your cursor to a bar instead of a block;
boxquote - quote texts in nice boxes;
browse-huge-tar - browse tar files without reading them into memory;
browse-kill-ring - browse, search, modify the kill ring;
clipper - save strings of data for further use;
coffee - now Emacs can even brew coffee;
color-theme - changes the colors used within Emacs;
csv-mode - major mode for comma-separated value files;
ctypes - enhanced Font lock support for custom defined types;
cua - emulate CUA key bindings (C-z undo, C-x cut, C-c copy, C-v paste);
cyclebuffer - select buffer by cycling through;
cwebm - a modified CWEB/WEB modified mode;
dedicated - make a window dedicated to a single buffer;
df - display in the mode line space left on devices;
dict - wrapper around the 'dict' command. (Depends on bash and dict)
diminish - shorten or erase modeline presence of minor modes;
dirvars - provides directory-wide local variables;
edit-env - display, edit, delete and add environment variables;
egocentric - highlight your name inside emacs buffers;
ff-paths - $PATH-like searching in C-x C-f;
filladapt - enhances Emacs's built-in adaptive fill;
floatbg - slowly modify background color;
framepop - display temporary buffers in a dedicated frame;
highlight-beyond-fill-column - highlight lines that are too long;
highlight-completion - highlight completions in the minibuffer;
highlight-current-line - highlight line where the cursor is;
home-end - alternative Home and End commands;
htmlize - HTML-ize font-lock buffers;
initsplit - split customizations into different files;
joc-toggle-buffer - fast switching between two buffers;
joc-toggle-case - a set of functions to toggle the case of characters;
keydef - a simpler way to define key mappings;
keywiz - Emacs key sequence quiz;
lcomp - list-completion hacks;
maplev - major mode for Maple;
map-lines - map a command over lines matching a regexp;
markdown-mode - major mode for editing Markdown files;
marker-visit - navigate through a buffer's marks in order;
matlab - major mode for MatLab dot-m files;
minibuf-electric - electric minibuffer behavior from XEmacs;
minibuffer-complete-cycle - cycle through the *Completions* buffer;
mutt-alias - lookup and insert the expansion of mutt mail aliases;
muttrc-mode - major mode for editing Mutt config files;
obfusurl - obfuscate an URL;
pack-windows - resize all windows to display as much info as possible;
perldoc - show help for Perl functions and modules. (Depends on perl-doc)
pod-mode - major mode for editing POD files
projects - create project-based meaningful buffer names;
prot-buf - protect buffers from accidental killing;
protocols - perform lookups in /etc/protocols;
quack - enhanced support for editing and running Scheme code;
rfcview - view IETF RFCs with readability-improved formatting;
services - perform lookups in /etc/services;
session - saves settings between Emacs invocations and visits to a file;
setnu - setnu-mode, a vi-style line number mode;
shell-command - enables tab-completion for shell-command;
show-wspace - highlight whitespaces of various kinds;
silly-mail - generate bozotic mail headers;
slang-mode.el - a major-mode for editing S-Lang scripts;
sys-apropos - interface for the *nix apropos command;
tabbar - Display a tab bar in the header line;
tail - "tail -f" a file or a command from within Emacs;
tc - cite text with proper filling;
thinks - quote texts in cartoon-like think bubbles;
tlc - major mode for editing Target Language Compiler scripts;
tld - explain top-level domain names;
todoo - major mode for editing TODO files;
toggle-option - easily toggle frequently toggled options;
twiddle - mode line hacks to keep you awake;
under - underline a region with ^ characters;
wdired - rename files editing their names in dired buffers;
xrdb-mode - mode for editing X resource database files.
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Translated and reviewed by Mario Blättermann on 2010-03-12
Located in Package: emacs-goodies-el
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