This section lists the Lisp packages that are currently available from xemacs.org and it’s mirrors. If a particular package that you are looking for isn’t here, please send a message to the XEmacs Beta list.
This data is up to date as of June 27, 2003.
A very broad selection of elisp packages.
Support for Sparcworks.
Ada language support.
A Portable Emacs Library. Used by XEmacs MIME support.
Basic TeX/LaTeX support.
The Big Brother Data Base: a rolodex-like database program.
Build XEmacs using custom widgets. This package is cannot be used to build SXEmacs because SXEmacs has different configure options from XEmacs.
Basic single-file add-ons for editing C code.
Calendar and diary support.
C, C++ and Java language support.
Support for the Clearcase version control system.
"Fortune cookie"-style messages. Includes Spook (suspicious phrases) and Yow (Zippy quotes).
GUD, gdb, dbx debugging support.
Interface to RFC2229 dictionary servers.
The DIRectory EDitor is for manipulating, and running commands on files in a directory.
DocBook editing support.
Crypto functionality in Emacs Lisp.
A Lisp debugger.
Interface over patch.
Single file lisp packages for various XEmacs goodies. Load this and weed out the junk you don’t want.
DEC EDIT/EDT emulation.
Treat files on remote systems the same as local files.
Enhanced Implementation of Emacs Interpreted Objects.
Portable Emacs Lisp utilities library.
Another interface over patch.
Command shell implemented entirely in Emacs Lisp.
ESS: Emacs Speaks Statistics.
Emacs Unified Directory Client (LDAP, PH).
Footnoting in mail message editing modes.
Forms editing support (obsolete, use the built-in Widget instead).
Fortran language support.
Provide a WM icon based on major mode.
GNU Emacs compatibility files.
Tetris, Sokoban, and Snake.
General documentation. Presently, empty.
XEmacs bug reports.
The Gnus Newsreader and Mailreader.
Haskell language support.
Advanced replacement for buffer-menu.
Editing and Shell mode for the Interactive Data Language.
Enhanced front-end for Grep.
Front-end for interacting with Inferior Lisp (external lisps).
Spell-checking with ispell.
Java language and development support.
IRC (Internet Relay Chat) client for Emacs.
Fundamental lisp files for providing email support.
Support for messaging encryption with PGP.
Messaging in an Emacs World; a MIME-based email program.
Front end support for MH.
Elisp implementation of the game ’Minehunt’.
Other amusements and diversions.
Support for Multiple Major Modes within a single buffer.
Miscellaneous Networking Utilities. This is a single-file package and files may be deleted at will.
Objective Caml editing support.
Miscellaneous single-file O/S utilities, for printing, archiving, compression, remote shells, etc.
PC style interface emulation.
Provides programmatic completion.
Perl language support.
Emacs interface to various PGP implementations.
Miscellaneous single-file lisp files for various programming languages.
Print buffers to PostScript printers.
Validated HTML/SGML editing.
A collection of DTDs for psgml. Note that this package is deprecated and will be removed in the future, most likely Q2/2003. Instead of using this, you should install needed DTDs yourself.
Python language support.
Emacs support for LaTeX cross-references, citations.
An obsolete Emacs mailer. If you do not already use it don’t start.
Ruby language support.
Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL) library.
Front-end support for Inferior Scheme.
Support for editing shell scripts.
Manage Sieve email filtering scripts.
User interface tool.
Standard ML editing support.
XEmacs Sun sound files.
XEmacs Microsoft sound files.
Provides a separate frame with convenient references.
Mouse enhancement utility.
An Emacs citation tool. Useful with all Emacs Mailers and Newsreaders.
XEmacs TeXinfo support.
Various single file lisp packages for editing text files.
Single-file TeX support.
Display time & date on the modeline.
Emacs MIME support. Not needed for Gnus >= 5.8.0
DEC EDIT/TPU support.
Remote shell-based file editing. This is similar to EFS or Ange-FTP, but works with rsh/ssh and rcp/scp.
Version Control for Free systems.
Version Control for ClearCase. This package will shortly be replaced with clearcase.el
Support for VHDL.
A Unix process browsing tool.
VI emulation support.
An Emacs mailer.
A Web browser.
Semi WYSIWYG for LaTeX, HTML, etc, using additional fonts.
Fundamental XEmacs support. Install this unless you wish a totally naked XEmacs.
XEmacs Lisp developer support. This package contains utilities for supporting Lisp development. It is a single-file package so it may be tailored.
XSL editing support.
A minor mode for (X)Emacs which allows running an XSLT processor on a buffer.
ZENIRC IRC Client.
MULti-lingual Enhancement. Support for world scripts such as Latin, Arabic, Cyrillic, Chinese, Japanese, Greek, Hebrew etc. To use these packages your SXEmacs must be compiled with Mule support.
Lisp Interface to EDICT, Kanji Dictionary.
Wnn (4.2 and 6) support. SJ3 support. Must be installed prior to SXEmacs build.
Unify character sets in a buffer. When characters belong to disjoint character sets, this attempts to translate the characters so that they belong to one character set. If the buffer coding system is not sufficient, this suggests different coding systems.
Quail. Used for everything other than English and Japanese.
Used for localized menubars (French and Japanese) and localized splash screens (Japanese).
Dictionary support. (This isn’t an English dictionary program)
Basic Mule support. Must be installed prior to building with Mule.
Extended coding systems (including Unicode) for SXEmacs.
Another Japanese Language Input Method. Can be used without a separate process running as a dictionary server.