XJed is a superset of jed
Rafael Laboissiere <email@example.com>
Thu, 23 Jun 2005 13:48:40 +0200
* G. Milde <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2005-06-23 11:48]:
> On 23.06.05, Rafael Laboissiere wrote:
> > * G. Milde <email@example.com> [2005-06-23 09:59]:
> > > >Should we make xjed a replacement of jed?
> > One possibility would be to use the alternatives mechanism.
> > This is the "Debian way of doing things".
> So let us do it this way. (I hope someone more proficient in Debian ways
> will do it, as I am too ignorant and busy myself.)
> > /usr/bin/jed.wrapper
> Looking at what I have in /etc/alternatives/, I'd recommend
> - /usr/bin/jed.wrapper
> + /usr/bin/jed.xjed
> so it tells, what exactly is wrapped...
This change is fine for me.
> Also, I wonder if we could add /usr/bin/xjed to the alternatives for
> `editor'. As it falls back to jed if X is not running, this would be save
If we implement the alternatives scheme that I proposed, then there is no
need for adding /usr/bin/xjed to the 'editor' alternatives, I think.