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Jed

jed

Jed is a small, fast (faster startup than bash) and powerful text editor.

This package is completely customizable with prepared emulation modes for Emacs, CUA (similar to KDE/Gnome/OpenOffice), Borland-IDE, Brief, and EDT. It is extensible in the S-Lang scripting language (with a syntax resembling C).

Tools included are a directory editor (dired), info (browse GNU info files), mail, rmail, ispell,shell mode, and more.

It has special modes (syntax highlight, indention, compile, ...) for a wide range of programming languages including Basic, C, C++, DCL, FORTRAN, IDL, Java, NROFF, Pascal, Perl, PHP, PostScript, Python, SH, as well as modes for markup languages including HTML and (La)TeX (with AUC-TeX style editing and BibTeX).

 Jed 0.99-19

Price
Free to download

Size
0.7MB
License

GNU GPL

Developer
John E. Davis

Website
www.jedsoft.org/jed

System Requirements
S-Lang

Support:
Documentation, FAQ, Mailing Lists
, Jed Modes Repository, Slang files, Jed functions, jdoc, Modes

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Color syntax highlighting on color terminals
  • Folding support
  • Drop-down menus
  • Emulation of Emacs, EDT, Wordstar, Borland, and Brief editors
  • Extensible in the C-like S-Lang language making the editor completely customizable
  • Capable of reading GNU info files from within JED's info browser
  • Edit TeX files with AUC-TeX style editing (BiBTeX support too)
  • Asynchronous subprocess support allowing one to compile from within the editor
  • Built-in support for the GPM mouse driver on Linux console
  • Abbreviation mode and Dynamic abbreviation mode
  • 8 bit clean with mute/dead key support
  • Rectangular cut/paste
  • Regular expressions
  • Incremental searches
  • Search replace across multiple files
  • Multiple windows
  • Multiple buffers
  • Shell modes
  • Directory editor (dired)

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