REQ: "Intelligent Editor " for UNIX 
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 REQ: "Intelligent Editor " for UNIX

Hello world,
         does an editor for UNIX environnement exist which helps you
        in writing C code , for example by marking functions,
        aguments,commments .... with different colors ???

        Somethig like Borland C editors for DOS/WIN PC....

                        Thank you in advance Marco
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Tue, 27 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 REQ: "Intelligent Editor " for UNIX

Quote:

>Hello world,
>     does an editor for UNIX environnement exist which helps you
>    in writing C code , for example by marking functions,
>    aguments,commments .... with different colors ???

>    Somethig like Borland C editors for DOS/WIN PC....

the best one I've found for the moment is lemacs, it's a derivative of emacs
with xwindow interfaces. It has some interesting feature such as color
syntax...
But I didn't install it myself, so ...
It seems to be quite big, the archive is about 5Meg ...

Hope this helps

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Tue, 27 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 REQ: "Intelligent Editor " for UNIX
Use XEmacs (look in comp.emacs.xemacs)
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Fri, 30 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 REQ: "Intelligent Editor " for UNIX

Quote:

>Hello world,
>     does an editor for UNIX environnement exist which helps you
>    in writing C code , for example by marking functions,
>    aguments,commments .... with different colors ???

>    Somethig like Borland C editors for DOS/WIN PC....

>                    Thank you in advance Marco
>--

try jed ...

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Press any key to continue,
press any other key to quit ...



Sat, 31 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 REQ: "Intelligent Editor " for UNIX

Quote:


>Hello world,
>     does an editor for UNIX environnement exist which helps you
>    in writing C code , for example by marking functions,
>    aguments,commments .... with different colors ???

emacs,
xvile, xvile is a cross between emacs and vi

-Steve



Sun, 01 Feb 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 REQ: "Intelligent Editor " for UNIX

Quote:
> >        does an editor for UNIX environnement exist which helps you
> >       in writing C code , for example by marking functions,
> >       aguments,commments .... with different colors ???
> emacs,
> xvile, xvile is a cross between emacs and vi

Yup, I use xvile exclusively.  It's really nice...

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Mon, 02 Feb 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 REQ: "Intelligent Editor " for UNIX

Quote:
> Use XEmacs (look in comp.emacs.xemacs)

Not in real life--Emacs is best for consuming all of your computer s resources


Fri, 13 Feb 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 REQ: "Intelligent Editor " for UNIX


=> > Use XEmacs (look in comp.emacs.xemacs)
=>
=> Not in real life--Emacs is best for consuming all of your computer s resources

Yeah, but then you can do just about everything from within Xemacs, so you
don't need any computer resources :-)
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Mon, 16 Feb 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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