What texteditor do you use?

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    fte -

    fairly clean, portable, (relatively) small. mmm.

    fte.sf.net?

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    Hmm...Does anyone have a good Vi command list?
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    Hello everyone, how would I modify .emacs in order to remove ALL indenting. I've removed indenting for hitting "enter", but I still get indents when typing C++ comments. I would like to be solely responsible for all indentation with no computer intervention.

    Or perhaps there is an editor, similar to MS notepad, that is already like this available for *nix environment?

    Thanks for the help.

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    I think what you want to do is to open your
    c++ and c files in text mode.

    Code:
    (setq auto-mode-alist
          (append '(("\\.cpp$" . text-mode)
                        ("\\.c$" . text-mode)
                        ("\\.cc$ . text-mode)  
    	        ("\\.h$"   . text-mode)
    	        ("\\.hpp$" . text-mode)         	
         	         ) auto-mode-alist))

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    Vi Improved. It is a good one.
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    Originally posted by Nick
    I think what you want to do is to open your
    c++ and c files in text mode.

    Code:
    (setq auto-mode-alist
          (append '(("\\.cpp$" . text-mode)
                        ("\\.c$" . text-mode)
                        ("\\.cc$ . text-mode)  
    	        ("\\.h$"   . text-mode)
    	        ("\\.hpp$" . text-mode)         	
         	         ) auto-mode-alist))
    thanks Nick, I also found pico to provide just a plain old text editor.

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    i used emacs initially but found that
    mcedit was just as good for my needs since then thats what use

    offcourse if you prefer gui you could use a free ide like borland kylix

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    Editor

    Hey guys,
    i saw that Dev Cpp for X came out ( Beta Version ).
    For those of you not familiar with it, DevCpp is a powerfull C++ development tool which uses a graphical user interface within. It usually comes with OpenGl lybraries too. Pretty handy.




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    MC? What's MC?
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    I use joe.
    Itīs a clean, easy and small editor whith all the features you need.
    And itīs very fast to handle.

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    Hmm... <b>MC</b> ?
    I think that might just be Midnight Commander...?

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    Linux Editors

    if you use Linux, you have to either be somewhat familiar with VI, Vim, or Emacs. Vim is my favorite, and can be totally customized as well as Emacs, but customization is like learning a hole new language sometimes.

    Kdevelop is a awesome integrated IDE GNU and Make compatilbe

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