On Thu, 2013-02-21 at 17:24 -0800, Len Ovens wrote:
I use vi(m), if nothing else should be available. Should I make yet
another joke about emacs ;)? When searching for a MUA I once chose
"wanderlust", because I like the name. It's a mail client for emacs. To
like the name of an application isn't enough to use it forever.
I preferred mcedit, but during setting up a new Arch install I used
nano, because regarding to a font and mcedit's default colors the fonts
are more readable.
Even for the GUI I've given up gedit, while I still install it. From
FreeBSD I wanted to edit a Linux, so I started "gksu gedit", but I got
no write access, then I became root and used another editor and I could
edit Linux. I tend to drop applications that can't be started by root,
but only when running "gksu" and co.
For nano I'm missing highlighting, but I already read that it is
possible to get it for nano too.
Half-OT: I don't get the Xfce4 issues others and I get for Ubuntu
Quantal, for my Arch Linux install.
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