joe at artlung.com
Sun Jul 1 14:20:42 CDT 2001
On Sun, 1 Jul 2001, Joel Fentin wrote:
> At the last meeting I asked what people edited with. Most said nedit
> which I had never heard of.
> I am using Windoz-95 so I downloaded nedit-5.1.1-win32-noxmim.zip and
> unzipped it. A file called readme-win32 has the instructions which are
> mostly Greek to me. The first instruction is: First of all, do not
> forget to install the X server ;-))
> I have no idea what that means.
> It only gets more confusing from there.
Just based on the nedit home page ( http://nedit.org )
It looks like you have 1 of the 4 requirements listed here (the binary or
sources for nedit)
You need also to have CYGWIN
<http://sources.redhat.com/cygwin/faq/faq_1.html#SEC1> and an X Server
running. You have a multi-step process ahead of you - but the nedit.org
age should help some.
If all of that is too daunting I can suggest Textpad
<http://www.textpad.com/> and UltraEdit32 <http://www.ultraedit.com/>
which are Win32 native.
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