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M
macro hygiene11.7 Writing Macros
macros, future work43.19 Future Work -- Macros
macros, writing11.7 Writing Macros
main loop36.2 Main Loop
major textual changes11.9 Major Textual Changes
Makefile precursors10.4 The Makefile Precursors
making Elisp function calls faster, future work43.22 Future Work -- Making Elisp Function Calls Faster
mark and sweep20.2 Garbage Collection
mark method9.7 Modules for Other Aspects of the Lisp Interpreter and Object System
mark method20.7 lrecords
mark_object20.4.3 mark_object
marker38.4 Lstream Methods
markers and extents24.3 Markers and Extents
matching25.4 Searching and Matching
mathematics of extent ordering31.5 Mathematics of Extent Ordering
MAX_ICHAR_LEN26.10.2 Working With Character and Byte Positions
memory blocks42.4.1 Object inventory
menu API changes, future work43.9 Future Work -- Menu API Changes
menubars41.1.3 Menubars
menus35. Menus
mercurial queues, preserving existing changes with13.1 Preserving Existing Changes with Mercurial Queues
Mercurial techniques13. Mercurial Techniques
merging a branch into the trunk14.2 Merging a Branch into the Trunk
merging attempts3.6 XEmacs
Microsoft documentation26.12.1 Microsoft Documentation
Microsoft Windows28. Window-System Support
Microsoft Windows-related multilingual issues26.12 Microsoft Windows-Related Multilingual Issues
misc key binding ideas, future work43.15.3 Future Work -- Misc Key Binding Ideas
MIT3. A History of Emacs
Mlynarik, Richard3.4 GNU Emacs 19
modules for allocation17.5 Modules for Allocation
modules for build configuration9.2.1 Modules for Build Configuration
modules for building XEmacs9.2 Modules for Building XEmacs
modules for compiling xemacs9.2.2 Modules for Compiling XEmacs
modules for interfacing with MS Windows40.4 Modules for Interfacing with MS Windows
modules for interfacing with the file system9.6 Modules for Interfacing with the File System
modules for interfacing with the operating system9.8 Modules for Interfacing with the Operating System
modules for interfacing with X Windows41.2 Modules for Interfacing with X Windows
modules for internationalization26.13 Modules for Internationalization
modules for other aspects of the Lisp interpreter and object system9.7 Modules for Other Aspects of the Lisp Interpreter and Object System
modules for other display-related Lisp objects30.5 Modules for other Display-Related Lisp Objects
modules for preloading lisp9.2.3 Modules for Preloading Lisp
modules for regression testing12.2 Modules for Regression Testing
modules for standard editing operations9.5 Modules for Standard Editing Operations
modules for the basic displayable Lisp objects27.5 Modules for the Basic Displayable Lisp Objects
modules for the redisplay mechanism30.4 Modules for the Redisplay Mechanism
modules of XEmacs9. The Modules of XEmacs
modules, basic Lisp9.4 Basic Lisp Modules
modules, editor-level control flow36.12 Editor-Level Control Flow Modules
modules, low-level9.3 Low-Level Modules
modules, summary of the various XEmacs9.1 A Summary of the Various XEmacs Modules
more about code pages26.12.3 More about code pages
more about locales26.12.4 More about locales
mouse pointer, future work43.11 Future Work -- Mouse Pointer
MS Windows build flags40.2 Windows Build Flags
MS Windows environments, different kinds of40.1 Different kinds of Windows environments
MS Windows I18N40.3 Windows I18N Introduction
MS Windows, interface to40. Interface to MS Windows
MS Windows, modules for interfacing with40.4 Modules for Interfacing with MS Windows
MS-Windows28. Window-System Support
MS-Windows environment, widget-glyphs in the33.3 Widget-Glyphs in the MS-Windows Environment
Mule character sets and encodings26. Multilingual Support
Mule encodings26.6 Encodings
Mule encodings, internal26.7 Internal Mule Encodings
Mule Merge, The Great26.14 The Great Mule Merge of March 2002
MULE merged XEmacs appears3.6 XEmacs
Mule, coding for26.10 Coding for Mule
Mule-aware code, an example of26.10.5 An Example of Mule-Aware Code
Mule-aware code, general guidelines for writing26.10.4 General Guidelines for Writing Mule-Aware Code
multilingual issues, discussion44.4 Discussion -- Multilingual Issues
multilingual issues, Windows-related26.12 Microsoft Windows-Related Multilingual Issues
multiple values, future work43.18 Future Work -- Multiple Values

N
NAS9.8 Modules for Interfacing with the Operating System
native sound9.8 Modules for Interfacing with the Operating System
network connections9.8 Modules for Interfacing with the Operating System
network sound9.8 Modules for Interfacing with the Operating System
Niksic, Hrvoje3.6 XEmacs

O
obarrays23.2 Obarrays
object system (abstractly speaking), the XEmacs18. The XEmacs Object System (Abstractly Speaking)
object system, modules for other aspects of the Lisp interpreter and9.7 Modules for Other Aspects of the Lisp Interpreter and Object System
object types, creating LispImplementation of Lisp objects
object, the buffer24.4 The Buffer Object
object, the window27.4 The Window Object
objects are represented in C, how Lisp19. How Lisp Objects Are Represented in C
objects in XEmacs Lisp, allocation of20. Allocation of Objects in XEmacs Lisp
objects, modules for the basic displayable Lisp27.5 Modules for the Basic Displayable Lisp Objects
old future work45. Old Future Work
old future work, a portable unexec replacement45.1 Old Future Work -- A Portable Unexec Replacement
old future work, improvements in support for non-ascii (european) keysyms under x45.3 Old Future Work -- Improvements in support for non-ASCII (European) keysyms under X
old future work, indirect buffers45.2 Old Future Work -- Indirect Buffers
old future work, lisp callbacks from critical areas of the c code45.6 Old Future Work -- Lisp callbacks from critical areas of the C code
old future work, RTF clipboard support45.4 Old Future Work -- RTF Clipboard Support
old future work, xemacs.org mailing address changes45.5 Old Future Work -- xemacs.org Mailing Address Changes
OpenType fonts43.24.5 Better Rendering Support -- Modern Font Support
operating system, modules for interfacing with the9.8 Modules for Interfacing with the Operating System
other typedefs26.8.4 Other Typedefs
outside, XEmacs from the5. XEmacs from the Outside

P
packages, discussion44.8 Discussion -- Packages
pairs, stream36.8 Stream Pairs
pane27.5 Modules for the Basic Displayable Lisp Objects
permanent objects18. The XEmacs Object System (Abstractly Speaking)
Perry, Bill3.6 XEmacs
pi, calculating5. XEmacs from the Outside
Piper, Andy3.6 XEmacs
point27.2 Point
pointers dumping42.4.5 Pointers dumping
position conversion, byte-char25.3 Byte-Char Position Conversion
positions, working with character and byte26.10.2 Working With Character and Byte Positions
precursors, Makefile10.4 The Makefile Precursors
preloading lisp, modules for9.2.3 Modules for Preloading Lisp
preserving existing changes with mercurial queues13.1 Preserving Existing Changes with Mercurial Queues
primitives, writing Lisp11.4 Writing Lisp Primitives
profiling37.3 Profiling
progress bars41.1.5 Progress Bars
property interface changes, future work43.7 Future Work -- Property Interface Changes
protection, garbage collection20.3 GCPROing
pseudo_closer38.4 Lstream Methods
pure space, discussion44.1.3 Discussion -- Pure Space
Purify11.10 Debugging and Testing
Purvis, Malcolm3.6 XEmacs

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