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The generic concept of automatically saving information to the disk or to a remote server, triggered by a timer or any other event inside of Emacs.
the `Bourne again Shell`, one of the more common Unix shell languages. This tag should be used for questions about editing bash scripts in Emacs, or writing bash scripts that invoke Emacs them…
The bash-completion package by Stephane Zermatten
Running Emacs non-interactively via the `--batch` command-line option.
a mechanism for storing locations to things, including files, allowing users to quickly return to them.
editing in Emacs resides in an object called a buffer. Each time you visit a file, a buffer is used to hold the file's text. Each time you invoke Dired, a buffer is used to hold the d…
Building Emacs from source
is for the Emacs Lisp compiler in Emacs that compiles lisp code to byte-code for faster execution compared to uncompiled lisp code. Byte-compiled code is read by the byte-code interpreter.
is for C source code editing, completions, formatting, compiling, folding, searching, executing, syntax checking, debugging, and other modern IDE features that Emacs supports.