I'm so impressed with the recent improvements in GNU Emacs that I am sincerely considering using it as my "default operating system".

Many people say that joking, but the new features along with a more user-friendly, really make that an interesting option.

I use, by the way, the following extra packages from Debian:

rbrito@dumont:~$ COLUMNS=88 dpkg -l | grep -- -el
ii  debian-el        26.3-1           Emacs helpers specific to Debian users
ii  emacs-goodies-el 26.3-1           Miscellaneous add-ons for Emacs
ii  gettext-el       0.14.5-2         Emacs po-mode for editing .po files
ii  post-el          2004.07.23-2     emacs major mode for editing mail
rbrito@dumont:~$
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