Editor based on Emacs supplied with the Texas Instruments Explorer Lisp Machine
Author: Texas Instruments Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zmacs Manual: http://bitsavers.org/pdf/ti/explorer/2243192-0001A_Zmacs_Jun87.pdf Family: EmacsFamily Platform: Lisp Machine License: Commercial
Developed from ZWEI, Zmacs was supplied on Lisp Machines from Texas Instruments.
One feature of Zmacs, which can also be found in Hemlock and LispWorks, is that commands look like "M-x Compile Buffer" instead of "M-x compile-buffer";. It also supports buffers and modes. Zmacs also uses the window system of the Lisp Machine with support for mouse and windows. Zmacs supports unlimited backup of files, since the file system of the Lisp Machine supports file versions. It is not compatible with GNU Emacs and its Emacs Lisp.