Packages in the editors directory

Last updated: Thu Mar 20 04:24:06 1997

emacs

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Version: 19.34-11 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:56:20 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Mark W. Eichin <eichin@kitten.gen.ma.us>
Description:
The GNU Emacs editor. GNU Emacs is the extensible self-documenting text editor.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), libc5 (>= 5.4.20-0), ncurses3.0, xlib6 (>= 3.2-0)

emacs-el

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Version: 19.34-11 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:56:14 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Mark W. Eichin <eichin@kitten.gen.ma.us>
Description:
GNU Emacs LISP (.el) files. GNU Emacs is the extensible self-documenting text editor. This package contains the elisp sources for the convenience of users, saving space in the "emacs" package for small systems.
Depends:
emacs

nvi

*download (243 Kb)
Version: 1.34-13 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:27:44 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Steve Greenland <stevegr@neosoft.com>
Description:
4.4BSD re-implementation of vi.
Depends:
libc5, ncurses3.0

emacs-czech

*download (68 Kb)
Version: 3.4-1 Last modified: Thu Feb 27 17:57:56 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Milan Zamazal <pdm@fi.muni.cz>
Description:
Czech support for Emacs emacs-czech provides complex support for editing and using Czech texts in Emacs. It supports many kinds of keyboard setup, setting fonts, character sets conversion and autoconversion, using Czech with Gnus, sorting, etc.

This package is probably interesting only to Czech speaking users.

Depends:
emacs (>=19.30)

elib

*download (64 Kb)
Version: 1.0-1 Last modified: Tue Feb 25 16:49:09 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Tom Lees <tom@lpsg.demon.co.uk>
Description:
Library of commonly-used Emacs functions Elib is designed to be for Elisp programs what libg++ is for C++ programs: a collection of useful routines which don't have to be reinvented each time a new program is written.

Elib contains code for:
- container data structures (queues, stacks, AVL trees, etc)
- string handling functions missing in standard emacs
- minibuffer handling functions missing in standard emacs
- routines for handling lists of so called cookies in a buffer.

Depends:
emacs

addressbook

*download (104 Kb)
Version: 0.6.1-1 Last modified: Tue Feb 25 16:48:13 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Hakan Ardo <hakan@debian.org>
Description:
A addressbook with both X11 and tty access Addressbook is an addressmanager which could replace your old paper rolodex. It stored addresses, phone and fax numbers and can call some additional programs (like for dialing) It has a nice User Interface written in Tcl/Tk
Depends:
tk41

xcoral

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Version: 2.5-4 Last modified: Sat Feb 22 11:53:47 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Christophe Le Bars <clebars@debian.org>
Description:
Extensible mouse-based text editor for X. This editor is a direct Xlib client and runs on color/bw X Display. Commands are accessible from menus or key bindings. A SMall Ansi C Interpreter (Smac) is built-in to dynamically extend the editor's possibilities. A built-in browser enables you to navigate through C functions, C++ classes, methods and files. This package install the Xcoral user's manual in html and ps forms.

XCoral provides:
- multiple windows, menus, scrollbars, buttons
- mark and region, cut/copy/paste, kill-buffers, unlimited undo/redo
- normal, regular expression or line number search
- file selection browser, font selection
- on-line manual box, table of contents and index
- key bindings, macros, minibuffer
- C, C++, Latex, HTML, Perl, Ada, Fortran, Shell... modes
- users macros, functions, key bindings, menus, modes, etc... with SMAC

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), xlib6 (>= 3.2-0)
Conflicts:
xcoral-doc

vim

*download (478 Kb)
Version: 4.5-5 Last modified: Sat Feb 22 11:53:38 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Galen Hazelwood <galenh@micron.net>
Description:
Vi IMproved - enhanced vi editor Vim is an almost compatible version of the UNIX editor vi. Only the 'Q' command is missing (you don't need it). Many new features have been added: multi level undo, command line history, filename completion, block operations, etc. See /usr/doc/vim/difference.doc for more information.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), ncurses3.0, xlib6 (>= 3.2-0)

fte

*download (345 Kb)
Version: 0.45-1 Last modified: Thu Feb 20 11:52:44 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Riku Voipio <riku.voipio@sci.fi>
Description:
Fte text editor for Console/X, version 0.44 Color syntax highlighting for C/C++, HTML, PERL, TEX, and many more. Multiple file/window editing, Column blocks, configurable menus and keyboard bindings, mouse support, undo/redo, regular expression search and replace, folding, background compiler execution.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

ee

*download (38 Kb)
Version: 126.1.89-4 Last modified: Sun Feb 2 16:30:13 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Steve Greenland <stevegr@master.debian.org>
Description:
An "easy editor" for novices and compuphobics The editor 'ee' (easy editor) is intended to be a simple, easy to use terminal-based screen oriented editor that requires no instruction to use. Its primary use would be for people who are new to computers, or who use computers only for things like e-mail.

ee's simplified interface is highlighted by the use of pop-up menus which make it possible for users to carry out tasks without the need to remember commands. An information window at the top of the screen shows the user the operations available with control-keys.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), ncurses3.0

jedsl

*download (137 Kb)
Version: 0.98.2-2 Last modified: Sat Feb 1 16:28:33 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
"Boris D. Beletsky" <borik@isracom.co.il>
Description:
Sources of Slang runtime files for jed This pkg provides the source of slang runtime files for jed.
Depends:
jed

jed

*download (420 Kb)
Version: 0.98.2-2 Last modified: Sat Feb 1 16:28:33 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
"Boris D. Beletsky" <borik@isracom.co.il>
Description:
Editor for programmers. Jed offers: Extensible in a language resembling C. Completely customizable. Capable of read GNU info files from within JED's info browser. A variety of programming modes (with syntax highlighting) are available including Pascal, Java, Perl, C, C++, FORTRAN, TeX, HTML, SH, IDL, DCL, NROFF, PostScript, Basic. Folding support. Edit TeX files with AUC-TeX style editing (BiBTeX support too). Rectangular cut/paste; regular expressions; incremental searches; search replace across multiple files; multiple windows; multiple buffers; shell modes; directory editor (dired); mail; rmail; ispell; and much more.

Note: Jed comes with byte-compiled runtime slang files, package jedsl includes the slang sources.

Note: In this version, C-h deletes the previous character instead of loading the help menu. Help is now on Esc-?.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), slang0.99.34 (>=0.99.37)

ed

*download (48 Kb)
Version: 0.2-12 Last modified: Thu Jan 30 19:12:01 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
James Troup <jjtroup@comp.brad.ac.uk>
Description:
The classic unix line editor ed is a line-oriented text editor. It is used to create, display, modify and otherwise manipulate text files.

red is a restricted ed: it can only edit files in the current directory and cannot execute shell commands.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

ed

*download (46 Kb)
Version: 0.2-12 Last modified: Thu Jan 30 15:09:01 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
James Troup <jjtroup@comp.brad.ac.uk>
Description:
The classic unix line editor ed is a line-oriented text editor. It is used to create, display, modify and otherwise manipulate text files.

red is a restricted ed: it can only edit files in the current directory and cannot execute shell commands.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

axe

*download (134 Kb)
Version: 6.1.2-6 Last modified: Sat Jan 18 10:02:22 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
joost witteveen <joostje@debian.org>
Description:
An editor for X. aXe is a simple to use text editor for X that represents a significant improvement over xedit. Also built around the Athena Text Widget it features, amongst other things,
o multiple windows, buffers
o configurable menus, optional configurable button interface
o provision for defining keyboard macros
o file selection via a browser
o parenthesis matching, regular expression searching
o restricted or unlimited undo
o ability to change font
o both brief and comprehensive (hypertext) on-line help
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.13-1), tcl74 (>=7.4p3-5), xlib6 (>= 3.2-0)

xwpe

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Version: 1.4.2-1 Last modified: Thu Jan 16 13:49:57 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Igor Grobman <igor@vaca.net>
Description:
Programming environment for X11 and character terminals xwpe is a programming environment similar to Turbo C and Turbo Pascal for DOS and Windows. It has many features including the ability to start many compilers, linkers and debuggers from a menu-based interface or using keystrokes. It can be used both in X and on console.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), ncurses3.0, xlib6 (>= 3.2-0)

sex

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Version: 0.9-1 Last modified: Fri Jan 10 20:09:32 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Lars Wirzenius <liw@iki.fi>
Description:
Simple editor for X The Simple editor for X (SeX) is a relatively small, simple, not too slow editor for X. It has no text mode user interface. It doesn't have very many features. The primary attraction is the mouse language, which is almost identical to xterm's, but clicking the middle mouse button inside a selection cuts it instead of pasting it.

SeX is still under development, and is known to be buggy.


joe

*download (119 Kb)
Version: 2.8-7 Last modified: Sun Jan 5 05:58:39 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Dale Scheetz <dwarf@polaris.net>
Description:
Joe's Own Editor - A Free ASCII-Text Screen Editor for UN*X JOE has the feel of most IBM PC text editors: The key-sequences are reminiscent of WordStar and Turbo-C. JOE is much more powerful than those editors, however. JOE has all of the features a UNIX user should expect: full use of termcap/terminfo, excellent screen update optimizations (JOE is fully useable at 2400 baud), simple installation, and all of the UNIX-integration features of VI. (from the file INFO as distributed with joe)
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.7-7)

nvi

*download (152 Kb)
Version: 1.76-1 Last modified: Thu Dec 12 07:22:41 1996
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Steve Greenland <stevegr@master.debian.org>
Description:
4.4BSD re-implementation of vi. Vi is the original screen based text editor for Unix systems. It is considered the standard text editor, and is available on almost all Unix systems.

Nvi is intended as a "bug-for-bug compatible" clone of the original BSD vi editor. As such, it doesn't have a lot of snazzy features as do some of the other vi clones such as elvis and vim. However, if all you want is vi, this is the one to get.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.7-7), ncurses3.0