Packages without licenses


atomic-chrome
Edit Chrome text area with Emacs using Atomic Chrome
Latest release v1.0.1 - Published - 121 stars
activity-watch-mode
Automatic time tracking extension.
Latest release 1.0.2 - Published - 2 stars
rufo
use rufo to automatically format ruby files
Latest release 0.0.1 - Published - 5 stars
amx
Alternative M-x with extra features.
Latest release 1.1.1 - Published - 10 stars
elcord
Allows you to integrate Rich Presence from Discord
Latest release 1.0.0 - Published - 4 stars
direnv
direnv support
Latest release 1.3.0 - Published - 19 stars
evil-colemak-basics
Basic Colemak key bindings for evil-mode
Latest release 2.1.0 - Published - 9 stars
parsec
Parser combinator library
Latest release 0.1.3 - Published - 54 stars
emacsagist
Search Packagist.org packages without leaving Emacs
Latest release 1.0.0 - Published - 4 stars
org-static-blog
a simple org-mode based static blog generator
Latest release 1.1.1 - Published - 19 stars
org-mime
org html export for text/html MIME emails
Latest release 0.1.1 - Published - 17 stars
blog-minimal
a simple static site generator based on org mode
Latest release - Published - 57 stars
hasky-stack
Interface to the Stack Haskell development tool
Latest release 0.3.0 - Published - 18 stars
intel-hex-mode
Mode for Intel Hex files.
Latest release 0.1.3 - Published - 1 stars
anki-editor
Minor mode for making Anki cards with Org
Latest release - Published - 93 stars
composer
Interface to PHP Composer
Latest release 0.0.7 - Published - 6 stars
anything-tramp
Tramp with anything for ssh and docker and vagrant
Latest release 0.9.5 - Published - 2 stars
evil-nl-break-undo
Break evil's undo sequence on CR
Latest release - Published - 4 stars
elf-mode
Show symbols in binaries
Latest release 0.1.0 - Published - 6 stars
counsel-gtags
ivy for GNU global
Latest release 0.01 - Published - 37 stars
epm
Emacs Package Manager
Latest release 0.1beta2 - Published - 13 stars
fic-mode
Show FIXME/TODO/BUG(...) in special face only in comments and strings
Latest release - Published - 19 stars
secretaria
A personal assistant based on org-mode
Latest release 0.2.4 - Published
subshell-proc
Functions for working with comints
Latest release 0.3 - Published - 4 stars
quilt
Minor mode for working with files in quilt
Latest release 0.5 - Published
company-bibtex
Company completion for bibtex keys
Latest release - Published - 5 stars
delim-kill
Kill text between delimiters.
Latest release - Published - 10 stars
lms
Squeezebox / Logitech Media Server frontend
Latest release tip - Published
orgnav
Org tree navigation using helm
Latest release release-2.0.2 - Published - 8 stars
schrute
Help you remember there is a better way to do something.
Latest release 0.2.2 - Published

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