Incidentally, thanks for the pointer to jedit; looks like something I
Why, as a matter of interest?
Is it just an editor, like vi?
It's cross-platform; I can use the same editor on windows and Linux, which is
a good thing. Mostly a very good thing for Windows, as I don't have a really
good currently maintained editor there. I used to run PFE back on the day,
but lost track of where its latest versions are.
If cross platform is a consideration and you know how to use vi, Vim,
(which is what Fedora and some other distros use instead of vi) is
available for Windoze.
Take a look at http://www.vim.org/ if you have an interest. I've used
it on Linux/Unix/Windoze for years, now.
Really convenient to have the same tool everywhere.
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