;;;Tmacs a new version of emacs
This outlines a different way of approaching a platform
Most platforms operate a static core e.g. once you load a program it has infinite persistance and you have to hunt down that program (google.com) This outlines a new way of doing this )
As every gnu blooded hacker knows \"Emacs is the extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor.\" (from the emacs Manual). This is a extremely powerfull editor for the fact of its use of lisp as a extension language . The humane environment proposes a new type of environment of which is more humane. With the power that emacs is it is somewhat daunting to learn every single program because it is a static platform.
The plan for tmacs is to make a dynamic version of emacs that can understand any .el file but dynamically load it instead of statically. It will use wget to dynamically load the .el files from emacs as needed. Also it will Part 2 of the humane interface
\" * A better text search methodology, effective both within a local document or system and with respect to extremely large data spaces such as the web
* A method of eliminating all modal aspects of the basic human-machine interface, a method that is readily learned by newcomers and which is habituating
* An improved navigation method, as applicable to finding your way around within a picture or memo as within a collection of images, documents, or networks; a method which makes use of inborn and learned human navigational skills
* A set of detail improvements to some existing mechanisms that make them consistent with the goals and principles of the rest of the design.\"
What the hell am I talking about?
This is not a fork of emacs but a completely new idea of thinking about a platform.
Lets say I am joe random hacker and i wanna use emacs.
I have to load that el file to load in lets say irc support.
What would i do to do that?
(load "ircelisp.el") and then evaluate that right? After hunting around google.
Instead what my (tmacs) would do is this.
in your mini buffer you would type in simply
then behind the scenes it would go use a search called FASD and look for an irc interface behind it. FASD is a vector based search algorhtm outlined in http://freenet.sourceforge.net/kronfol_final_thesis.pdf simlar.
To be this way the temacs system would utilize freenet and look for .el files inserted in this.
The humane environment code isn't going to be used iff it is non gpl compatible. Instead its core methodologies will be implemented in the user interface.
EVERY SINGLE THING DISCUSSED IN THIS TO MY KNOWLEDGE IS GPL/LGPL compatiable or a simple methodologly
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