XJed is a superset of jed

G. Milde g.milde@web.de
Mon, 27 Jun 2005 09:43:59 +0200


On 23.06.05, Rafael Laboissiere wrote:
> * G. Milde <g.milde@web.de> [2005-06-23 11:48]:
  
> > 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
> > IMHO.
> 
> 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.

IMHO, this are distinct problems.

The proposed scheme provides an "jed emulation" with xjed. The `editor'
alternative could suggest both, jed (emulated or real does not matter
here) and xjed alongside emacs, xemacs, nano, ...

editor -> jed would always use a terminal or terminal emulation

editor -> xjed would open xjed in its own window (supporting a better
drag and drop + additional keybindings) if X is running.


GŁnter


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