pml-mode for Emacs 1.0
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A major mode written for GNU Emacs 22.1 to edit PML files (*.pmlobj, *.pmlfnc, *.pmlfrm and *.mac). PML is the programming language used in Aveva PDMS (Plant Design Management System) to interact with the database, design new objects and run macros. pml-mode for Emacs 1.0 License - GNU General Public License (GPL)
Records mode allows Emacs users to keep an online personal journal. Records indexes your personal journal by subject and date, understands web compatible links to a variety of documents, keeps track of TODO lists and operates as an editor and a browser.
MMIX synthax highlighting mode for Emacs; based on Emacs\' nasm-mode written by Per Lundberg
Eiffel mode for Emacs/XEmacs. Emacs Eiffel mode 1.0 License - GNU General Public License (GPL)
pmwiki-mode is a mode for Emacs that allows you to browse a PmWiki wiki from within Emacs, but it's primary purpose is to let you edit wiki pages from within Emacs. Emacs mode for editing PmWiki wiki-pages 0.5rc2 License - GNU General Public License version 2.0 (GPLv2)
RenderMan(R) Interface Bytestream (RIB) ASCII major mode for Emacs-based text editors. Adds configurable syntax highlighting and indentation to your text editing experience. RenderMan(R) is a registered trademark of Pixar. rib-mode 1.0 License - GNU General Public License (GPL)
Major mode for Emacs for editing MATLAB code, and running MATLAB in an inferior shell. Edit MATLAB M code in Emacs 1.0 License - GNU General Public License (GPL)
GLSL (OpenGL Shading Language) mode for Emacs. glsl-mode 1.0 License - GNU General Public License (GPL)
A pack of Relax NG schemas for use with nxml-mode in emacs NXML Schema Pack 1.0 License - GNU General Public License (GPL)
The Emacs package ANTLR-Mode provides: syntax highlighting for ANTLR grammarfiles, automatic indentation, menus containing rule/token definitions andsupported options and various other things like running ANTLR from withinEmacs.
The development of a major mode for (X)Emacs for interfacing with audio CDs using a server/client approach.