An all JS Emacs clone
zach wick at
In spite of this issue, the first day of working on an all JS Emacs clone is coming along nicely. So far it can: 1. open a file off of disk into a "buffer" 2. edit a buffer 3. save a buffer to disk 4. create new empty buffers 5. update a "status bar" with cursor position, file size, and battery status.
Not too bad for approximately nine hours of work.
Of course :)
I haven't posted the code anywhere yet though because it is still under super-heavy development/ugly/unstable. But it will probably appear somewhere in the next few days.