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Emacs Configuration Framework

Ecf (Emacs Configuration Framework) is a versatile configuration package for Emacs. It is meant for users whose Emacs configuration has become so complex that it appears to be unmanageable. It enables you to write and load the configuration for individual Emacs packages in pieces. You can use it to setup some autoloads for a package when you start Emacs and then do extra configuration after the package has loaded. This speeds up your Emacs startup without compromising your ability to do complicated things.


Recent releases

  •  14 Nov 2007 21:51

    Release Notes: Aspell support has been fixed.

    •  14 Nov 2007 07:00

      Release Notes: Support for TrueType fonts in the 23-unicode branch was added.

      •  08 Oct 2006 22:30

        Release Notes: This release adds a new rc.d/lang directory. Modes added: speedbar, semantic, cedet, and ecb.

        •  10 Jan 2006 14:04

          Release Notes: The API has changed.

          •  18 Aug 2004 00:13

            Release Notes: Configuration files may now be split into directories.


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