xjed

editor for programmers (x11 version)

Jed is a small, fast (faster startup than xterm with bash), and powerful text editor. . Completely customizable with prepared emulation modes for Emacs, CUA (similar to KDE/Gnome/Openoffice), Borland-IDE, Brief, and EDT. Extensible in the S-Lang scripting language (with a syntax resembling C). . Editing functions: folding support; rectangular cut/paste; regular expression search/replace; incremental searches; search/replace across multiple files; multiple windows; multiple buffers; ... . Special modes (syntax highlight, indention, compile, ...) for Basic, C, C++, DCL, FORTRAN, IDL, Java, NROFF, Pascal, Perl, PHP, PostScript, Python, SH. Modes for markup languages include HTML and (La)TeX (with AUC-TeX style editing and BibTeX) . Tools: directory editor (dired); info (browse GNU info files); mail; rmail; ispell; shell mode; ... . The native X11 version provides improved mouse support, key configuration and X selection interaction. If no display is available, xjed falls back to text mode, thus there is no need to install both jed and xjed packages. . Additional tools and modes can be found in the jed-extra package.

Depends:

Provides:

  • editor
  • info-browser
  • mail-reader
  • /usr/bin/xjed
  • /usr/share/doc/xjed
  • /usr/share/man/man1/xjed.1.gz
  • /usr/share/menu/xjed