Proof of concept of a graphical port of Emacs to the Apple IPad
Shown below is a native ARM-APPLE-DARWIN port of the Emacs code editor to the Apple IPad as well as its implementation as an OCaml development environment featuring Tuareq mode, code completion and OCaml build chain — also running natively on the IPad. The OCaml stepping debugger (not shown) also works fully integrated with Emacs. These are proof of concept builds in so far as that I have not made the effort to create distributions for Cydia; Apple Appstore is out of the question. I do, however, use Emacs on the IPad natively as a development environment personally. It is, as such, fully functional as an OCaml development environment.