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
to tell emacs when it has been loaded. To use the functions in
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. See section Installation, for more information.
The following persons have made contributions to GNU Elib.
There will probably be a number of sites archiving Elib.
Currently the latest release can always be fetched via anonymos
isy.liu.se, (IP no. 220.127.116.11) in the directory
`pub/gnu/elisp-programs', or from