any recommended simple text editors?????
kellers at njit.edu
Fri May 30 12:38:27 PDT 2003
The simplest is already built into freebsd; it's called ee. It has some
keystroke help built into the top of the editor display. Another easy
editor to use is joe (Joe's own editor). It also has a displayed keystroke
help section, and, while it's not vi, it is a fairly powerful (yet fairly)
On Friday 30 May 2003 03:16 pm, HG wrote:
>I am looking for a simple text editor that i can use when
>i connect to the freebsd box with an ssh client (no x window)
>that supports vt100 or vt400 (called putty.exe) .
>Should also be able to connect to a linux box by recompiling
>source for the linux computer.
>There are so many editors listed in the packages cd , can
>anyone recommend one in particular
>Prefered is one that is menu driven with no keystrokes
>to remember other than the common keys on the pc
>keyboard : delete , arrows , backspace etc.
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