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'[EE]: programmers editor for Windows & Linux'
2002\10\31@130252 by Dwayne Reid

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Good day to all.

I've been using a DOS based editor (Qedit - aka Semware TSE Junior) for
longer than I care to remember - works just fine in Win 98SE and
below.  But I'm finally considering an OS change to Win XP and want to also
play with Lindows and Linux.

What editors are people using these days?  If I am going to have to learn
to use a new editor, I'd like to learn on something that works across
multiple platforms.

I used to something called micro-emacs way back in the old days - I'm
pretty sure that emacs is still around and probably has flavors that work
in both Windows and Linux.  But I'd like other options.

Thanks!

dwayne

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2002\10\31@231524 by Tim McDonough

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On Thu, 31 Oct 2002 11:01:20 -0700, Dwayne Reid wrote:

>I've been using a DOS based editor (Qedit - aka Semware TSE Junior)
>for longer than I care to remember - works just fine in Win 98SE and
>below.  But I'm finally considering an OS change to Win XP and want
>to also play with Lindows and Linux.
>
>What editors are people using these days?  If I am going to have to
>learn to use a new editor, I'd like to learn on something that works
>across multiple platforms.

If you like Qedit then I'd recommend TSE Pro for Windows. It's a 32-Bit Windows app but retains all the keystroke commands you know plus some features. http://www.semware.com (This is my favorite Windows editor too!)

Lots of choices will come with your Linux distribution.

Tim

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2002\10\31@233243 by Mark Burton

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Hi,

If you only want to learn one editor then Xemacs works on both Linux &
Windows(doesn't need cygwin) :http://www.xemacs.org

On Windows I use UltraEdit32, which is an excellent editor:
http://www.ultraedit.com/

All the best Mark

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'[EE]: programmers editor for Windows & Linux'
2002\11\01@012700 by William Chops Westfield
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   What editors are people using these days?  If I am going to have to learn
   to use a new editor, I'd like to learn on something that works across
   multiple platforms.

I've been using emacs since about 1980 for exactly that reason.


   I used to something called micro-emacs way back in the old days - I'm
   pretty sure that emacs is still around and probably has flavors that work
   in both Windows and Linux.  But I'd like other options.

Now days, full-fledged gnu emacs runs under windows, mac OSX, and any unix
variant.  And there are numerous "small" emacs clones for smaller systems.
One problem area remains MacOS9 and later, where the version of gnu emacs
available doesn't work on systems with more than 128M of memory (or
something like that; less than most modern systems have, anyway :-()

GNU EMACS is fully customizable and programmable using a LISP-like language,
and many of the clones come pretty close in that area...

BillW

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2002\11\01@063708 by Ray Gallant

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>     Subject: Re: [EE]: programmers editor for Windows & Linux


>     What editors are people using these days?

PFE32 for windows.

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2002\11\01@073244 by Francisco Ares

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I guess that MPLAB 5.X uses PFE32 source code (older version, maybe),
don't you think so?

Francisco


Ray Gallant wrote:

>>    Subject: Re: [EE]: programmers editor for Windows & Linux
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>>    What editors are people using these days?
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>PFE32 for windows.
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2002\11\01@075113 by Michael Rigby-Jones

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Francisco Ares [SMTP:EraseMEfrancisco.aspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTALTEC.COM.BR]
> Sent: Friday, November 01, 2002 11:29 AM
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> I guess that MPLAB 5.X uses PFE32 source code (older version, maybe),
> don't you think so?
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> Francisco
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Being pedantic I know...PFE32 is the 32 bit version of PFE.  MPLAB used the
old 16bit code.

Regards

Mike

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2002\11\01@091939 by John Lawton Electronics

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For Windows:

EditPlus - it's fast and configurable.  I used to use PFE, but IMHO
Editplus has some nice features that PFE lacked, or does them better. I've
even paid for a licence!

http://www.editplus.com/

John

P.S. Shouldn't this topic be [OT]: ?

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2002\11\01@094750 by Micro Eng

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hmmm...nobody likes vi? I actually prefer emacs myself.  Or even notepad in
a pinch






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2002\11\01@134616 by Wouter van Ooijen

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>     Subject: Re: [EE]: programmers editor for Windows & Linux
>     What editors are people using these days?

PFE or (preferrably) UltraEdit on Win
Vi (!)on Linux

Wouter van Ooijen

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2002\11\01@142844 by Ray Gallant

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What's your point?
Regards,


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2002\11\01@165256 by Lucas Thompson

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For Win or Linux:

gvim
http://www.vim.org/

If you're used to the vi keystrokes. You get the best of both worlds, mouse
features and keyboard stuff.

But everyone has their own favorite editor. I just like that I can use the
exact same keys in Win and Linux and just about every Linux system has vi or
vim installed.

Lucas

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2002\11\01@174729 by Herbert Graf

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> >     Subject: Re: [EE]: programmers editor for Windows & Linux
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> >     What editors are people using these days?
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> PFE32 for windows.

       vile for windows, linux, solaris, irix. TTYL

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2002\11\01@181237 by John Pfaff

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I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Epsilon by Lugaru
(http://www.lugaru.com/).  I've been using it in DOS and Windows since about
1990.  It's VERY similar to emacs, in fact I'd been using Emacs in Linux
until Lugaru came out with a Linux version bundled with the DOS/Windows
version.

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2002\11\02@032356 by Peter L. Peres

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On Thu, 31 Oct 2002, Dwayne Reid wrote:

*>Good day to all.
*>
*>I've been using a DOS based editor (Qedit - aka Semware TSE Junior) for
*>longer than I care to remember - works just fine in Win 98SE and
*>below.  But I'm finally considering an OS change to Win XP and want to also
*>play with Lindows and Linux.
*>
*>What editors are people using these days?  If I am going to have to learn
*>to use a new editor, I'd like to learn on something that works across
*>multiple platforms.

vi. vim. http://www.vim.org

Peter

*>I used to something called micro-emacs way back in the old days - I'm
*>pretty sure that emacs is still around and probably has flavors that work
*>in both Windows and Linux.  But I'd like other options.

Oh, you mean emacs, the OPERATING SYSTEM ? <duck>

Peter

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2002\11\02@061325 by Peter L. Peres

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On Fri, 1 Nov 2002, Micro Eng wrote:

*>hmmm...nobody likes vi? I actually prefer emacs myself.  Or even notepad in
*>a pinch

I did say vi or vim no ?

Peter

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2002\11\02@061342 by Peter L. Peres

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On Fri, 1 Nov 2002, Wouter van Ooijen wrote:

*>>     Subject: Re: [EE]: programmers editor for Windows & Linux
*>>     What editors are people using these days?
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*>PFE or (preferrably) UltraEdit on Win
*>Vi (!)on Linux

What's wrong with vi(m) on Windows ? And DOS when you have to ?

Peter

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2002\11\02@114910 by Herbert Graf

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> *>hmmm...nobody likes vi? I actually prefer emacs myself.  Or
> even notepad in
> *>a pinch
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> I did say vi or vim no ?

       And I did mention vile (vi like emacs), vi is usable, vile is better IMHO.
TTYL

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2002\11\03@120338 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> *>PFE or (preferrably) UltraEdit on Win
> *>Vi (!)on Linux
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> What's wrong with vi(m) on Windows ? And DOS when you have to ?

I prefer a more 'normal' editor for most work, but I keep a vi or clone
of it avaiable for the ":1,$s/old/new/g" .

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