(elib.info)What is Elib?
1 What is Elib?
Elib, the GNU Emacs lisp library, is a collection of elisp functions
which you can use as parts of your own elisp programs. Each file
contains functions which have something in common, e.g. they handle a
certain data type.
Elib is designed to be both as efficient and as easy to use as
possible. Each file in Elib uses the elisp function `provide' to tell
emacs when it has been loaded. To use the functions in the file `foo',
you just have to put a line such as:
into your own elisp file. This will cause emacs to load the file
`foo.elc' and evaluate the functions in it. This, of course, requires
that your system manager has installed Elib properly on your system.
- Contributors to GNU Elib.
- Where can I get a copy of Elib?
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