[conspire] Recommendations request: Keychain and GUI editor

William Lazar bill at billsaysthis.com
Mon Apr 2 18:46:30 PDT 2007

Thanks for the input. We are actually going to give Anjuta a whirl  
because of its Subversion integration, something I did not see in  


On Apr 2, 2007, at 2:12 PM, Don Marti wrote:

> begin Rick Moen quotation of Mon, Apr 02, 2007 at 12:27:40PM -0700:
>> Quoting William Lazar (bill at billsaysthis.com):
>>> = an editor similar to TextMate on OS X or UltraEdit on Windows;  
>>> I've
>>> tried Tea and nEdit but neither does it for me. SVN integration  
>>> would
>>> be swell, though I'm using RapidSVN and reasonably okay with it as a
>>> separate tool.
>> Ah, yes.  You'll probably have to get recommendations from someone  
>> else,
>> in this caregory, because I use nothing but console editors, these  
>> days,
>> and so don't know what's considered the best graphical programmers'
>> editors on X11.  (That is, I have no basis for an opinion, and am
>> starting from zero in even letting you know what's out there.)
>> Zoinks, SlickEdit (proprietary), Epsilon (proprietary), CRiSP
>> (proprietary), and of course Xemacs seem worth looking into, based on
>> this:  http://www.linuxlinks.com/Software/Editors/Other_X11/
> Two more actively maintained ones:
> Bluefish:
>   http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/index.html
> SciTE:
>   http://www.scintilla.org/SciTE.html
> I have used Bluefish for some HTML work, but mostly
> stick with Vim.
> -- 
> Don Marti
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