Org mode is for keeping notes, maintaining TODO lists, planning projects, and authoring documents with a fast and effective plain-text system.

Carsten Dominik 1f1574c9a2 Hooks: New system to tap into context-sensitive keys 11 years ago
BUGFIXING 93c665b56d Intermediate state, I am just trying comiting now. 12 years ago
EXPERIMENTAL 94cc1383ef Removed some old, no longer needed files. 11 years ago
ORGWEBPAGE bc5b0056e7 Release 6.22b 11 years ago
UTILITIES bc5b0056e7 Release 6.22b 11 years ago
contrib 29ff144600 Fix compatibility issues with org-choose.el 11 years ago
doc 9524d5ea96 Publish: Allow to select all files, even without extension 11 years ago
lisp 1f1574c9a2 Hooks: New system to tap into context-sensitive keys 11 years ago
xemacs 684d959759 Minor patch from Greg Chernov for xemacs/noutline. 12 years ago
.dir-settings.el f0e16e86e9 Add .dir-settings.el file to unify coding styles. 11 years ago
.gitignore b4353a3d5c Add a variable index to the manual 11 years ago
ChangeLog 773a3c624e Support for Shift Selection 11 years ago
Makefile 244084b33f Makefile: Fix snapshot release. 11 years ago
README a0be0664e2 Preparing a new release setup. 12 years ago
README_DIST 492a5b5ea9 Version number: Push to 6.22trans 11 years ago
README_GIT 57cc56654f Fix typos. 11 years ago
request-assign-future.txt fc2d68abf0 Release 5.13e 12 years ago


This is the Emacs Org project, an emacs subsystem for organizing your life

The homepage of Org is at

This distribution contains:

This file.

The README file for the distribution (zip and tar files)

Information about the git repository and how to contribute
to Org-mode development.

Directory with all the Emacs Lisp files that make up Org.

The documentation files. org.texi is the source of the
documentation, org.html and org.pdf are formatted versions of it.

The xemacs directory contains special code for XEmacs users, in
particular a port of the GNU Emacs outline.el to XEmacs. Org-mode
does not work under XEmacs without this file installed. It did
until version 4.37, but no longer.

A diretory with third-party additions for Org. Some really cool
stuff is in there.

Directory with the source files for the web page.

The standard ChangeLog file.

The makefile to compile and install Org, and also for maintenance

The form that contributors have to sign and get processed with the
FSF before contributed changes can be integrated into the Org
core. All files in this distribution except the CONTRIB directory
have copyright assigned to the FSF.

Experimental code, not necessarily FSF copyright.