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Re: looking for a good src editor
James Bagley wrote:
> I am looking for a good text editor for C programing that does syntax
> coloring and runs from a terminal.
Boy, are you in luck. Linux has an almost embarrassingly large number
of text editors available. As a starting place, take a look at Bill
Here's the text of that section:
Andys Binary Folding Editor-structured binary file browser
with limited editing
Andys Source Code Folding Editor-a language configurable
folding source code editor
Arpus/CE-feature rich full screen editor and terminal
emulation package for X
CRiSP-a very Brief-like text editor
Edith Professional-powerful and user-friendly desktop text
editing system from ZFC
Elvis-an enhanced clone of vi/ex, the standard Unix editor
fe (Folding Editor)-small, light on resources outline editor
FTE-a programmers text editor with color synatx highlighting
gEdit-an X text editor which uses the GTK+ widget library.
JED Programmer's Editor-freely available text editor for
KEdit-a simple text editor for the KDE project
MEdit-text editor compiled with MGUI for Linux X11.
NEdit-a GUI style plain-text editor for X/Motif systems
Red-easy to use GUI text editor
SEDIT-a Linux port of the SEDIT editor
Simple editor for X (SeX)-a basic X text editor
SlickEdit-configurable programmers editor from MicroEdge
TCL TextEdit-text editor for X, written entirely in Tk/Tcl.
Ted-a Wordpad-like text editor running under Motif on
THE-a full-screen character mode text editor based on XEDIT
vche-Virtual Console Hex editor which lets you see all 256
VIM-the vi "improved" text editor
Wily-editor which provides much of the feel of Acme in the
Xcoral-an advanced text editor for X-window
XEmacs-Extended Emacs. It's not an editor, it's a lifestyle
Xenon-a simple, small and fast X-based text editor
Xwb-tool for editing source files of any programming
language or text processor
That's only a start. If you look at other sites, like
<http://www.linuxapps.com/> or <http://freshmeat.net/> you'll
undoubtedly find references to even more.
This list is currently pretty much moribund. Most of the app
development within SEUL is going on on specific projects. If you're
interested in any of those, Roger can help you find them. You can take
a look at:
to see what they are and what they've been discussing.
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Data Network Coordinator more honorable, but more useful than a
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