• What text editor(s) do you use?

    From Deavmi@VERT/EWBBS to DOVE-Net.Programming on Fri Nov 18 13:49:36 2016
    I was wondering what text editors you people were using.

    Me personally, I use nano and gedit as I find them simple enough to do
    what I want. I do like Atom as well. It is great.

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  • From Nightfox@VERT/DIGDIST to Deavmi on Fri Nov 18 15:33:41 2016
    I was wondering what text editors you people were using.

    Me personally, I use nano and gedit as I find them simple enough to do what I want. I do like Atom as well. It is great.

    It sounds like you're using Linux? For Linux, I often use vim or GEdit. For Windows, I like Notepad++ and Notepad2.

    Nightfox

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  • From Steven Sheeley@VERT/INFINITY to Deavmi on Fri Nov 18 20:26:29 2016
    Hello Deavmi!

    18 Nov 16 13:49, you wrote to DOVE-Net.Programming:

    I was wondering what text editors you people were using.

    Me personally, I use nano and gedit as I find them simple enough to do
    what I want. I do like Atom as well. It is great.

    When on my *nix box, Nano. When on my Windows system, Notepad++

    Steven


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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to Deavmi on Fri Nov 18 19:16:00 2016
    I was wondering what text editors you people were using.
    Me personally, I use nano and gedit as I find them simple enough to do what I want. I do like Atom as well. It is great.

    On linux, medit. I used gedit but do not like the new version UI at all.

    On windows, notepad++.



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  • From Deavmi@VERT/EWBBS to Steven Sheeley on Sat Nov 19 11:53:36 2016
    On 2016-11-19 03:26 AM, Steven Sheeley wrote:
    Hello Deavmi!

    18 Nov 16 13:49, you wrote to DOVE-Net.Programming:

    I was wondering what text editors you people were using.

    Me personally, I use nano and gedit as I find them simple enough to do
    what I want. I do like Atom as well. It is great.

    When on my *nix box, Nano. When on my Windows system, Notepad++

    Steven


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    Same. I used to use gedit for Windows and I still do sometimes but GTK
    doesn't play nice on Windows. I just installed Midori and it doesn't
    play nice and I think it is a GTK application (I don't know for sure
    though).

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  • From Deavmi@VERT/EWBBS to Steven Sheeley on Sat Nov 19 11:54:00 2016
    On 2016-11-19 03:26 AM, Steven Sheeley wrote:
    Hello Deavmi!

    18 Nov 16 13:49, you wrote to DOVE-Net.Programming:

    I was wondering what text editors you people were using.

    Me personally, I use nano and gedit as I find them simple enough to do
    what I want. I do like Atom as well. It is great.

    When on my *nix box, Nano. When on my Windows system, Notepad++

    Steven


    ... "Most people get lost thought: it's unfamiliar territory!" - Alfie.
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    I do still use Gedit on my GNU/Linux machine though.

    Also what distro of GNU/Linux do you use?

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  • From Deavmi@VERT/EWBBS to Nightfox on Sat Nov 19 11:54:42 2016
    On 2016-11-19 01:33 AM, Nightfox wrote:
    I was wondering what text editors you people were using.

    Me personally, I use nano and gedit as I find them simple enough to do what I want. I do like Atom as well. It is great.

    It sounds like you're using Linux? For Linux, I often use vim or GEdit. For Windows, I like Notepad++ and Notepad2.

    Nightfox

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    Yes I am using GNU/Linux. Gedit is available for Windows along with nano
    via cygwin (I suppose) and MSYS64.

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  • From Deavmi@VERT/EWBBS to Dumas Walker on Sat Nov 19 11:55:59 2016
    On 2016-11-19 02:16 AM, Dumas Walker wrote:
    I was wondering what text editors you people were using.
    Me personally, I use nano and gedit as I find them simple enough to do what I want. I do like Atom as well. It is great.

    On linux, medit. I used gedit but do not like the new version UI at all.

    On windows, notepad++.



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    I understand the new UI within GNOME but it doesn't make sense on the
    Windows version of gedit which used to have a nice UI (the old UI I
    suppose). I think I used the old gedit on Windows and it looked like the
    gedit UI before the new white round-edges UI.

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  • From jordanjm@VERT/COLOSSUS to Deavmi on Sat Nov 19 10:08:00 2016
    I use vim and gedit mostly.
  • From Jagossel@VERT/MTLGEEK to Deavmi on Sat Nov 19 23:02:41 2016
    Re: Re: What text editor(s) do you use?
    By: Deavmi to Steven Sheeley on Sat Nov 19 2016 11:54:00

    I was wondering what text editors you people were using.
    Also what distro of GNU/Linux do you use?

    I use Vim for command line in Linux and Geany in XFCE and Windows. Personally, I love Arch Linux because of the fact I am not tied to using an installer script that has software installed that a distro thinks I need. The large amount of documentation and user-supported (AUR) repository is a huge plus as well.

    When I started to use Arch Linux, I practiced it in a VM in VirtualBox and had, like, 5 tabs opened with Arch Linux's Wiki site open. Now, I have an older Intel i3 Lenovo Thinkpad laptop running Arch Linux that out-performs my newer HP laptop with Windows 10.

    -jag

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  • From Deavmi@VERT/EWBBS to jordanjm on Sun Nov 20 10:47:30 2016
    On 2016-11-19 12:08 PM, jordanjm wrote:
    I use vim and gedit mostly.

    Oh okay.

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  • From Chris@VERT/DMINE to Deavmi on Wed Nov 23 23:33:18 2016
    Re: What text editor(s) do you use?
    By: Deavmi to DOVE-Net.Programming on Fri Nov 18 2016 01:49 pm

    I was wondering what text editors you people were using.

    Me personally, I use nano and gedit as I find them simple enough to do
    what I want. I do like Atom as well. It is great.

    At work it's mostly vi and some Emacs. I bounce around a bit at home, but it's usually Emacs. I know just enough to frustrate myself ;-)

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