Tint is a string substitution language; it is intended to be used as an extension language. Tint Emacs is an emacs clone for Win32, Mac OS X, and Darwin. It uses Tint as its extension language.
|Tags||Software Development Interpreters Text Editors Emacs|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Linux Mac OS X|
|Implementation||C++ Other Scripting Engines Other|
Release Notes: Carp regular expressions are now Unicode; the subject can be UTF8, UTF16, or any single byte character set which can be mapped to UTF16. Tint Emacs has better support for Mac OS X, including 10.3. Setup for Microsoft Windows has been improved.
Release Notes: Tint Emacs has dialog support on Mac OS X as well as Windows. A query-replace dialog has been added.
Release Notes: Tint Emacs now supports Mac OS X in addition to Darwin. On Windows, there are now dialogs for some features: buffer properties, emacs options, and searching. Multiple frames are supported.
Release Notes: Tint Emacs is moving towards greater compatibility with Gnu Emacs. A number of new features have been added including tags tables (using etags), a Tint interaction mode, as well as most of the basic Gnu Emacs editing commands. Tint can now create and manipulate the objects exposed by applications and libraries like Microsoft Word, ADO,and MSXML. The documentation tools used by Tint are now included. The TRAC T2001 programming language is supported, including a TRAC interaction mode in Tint Emacs.
Release Notes: Darwin support, fixes to the menus in Tint Emacs to work on Windows NT 4.0 and earlier, and a number of bugfixes.