On Tue, Feb 27 2001 at 11:16AM, Miles(kieran.colfer at ireland.sun.com) wrote:
: > I don't think there are RPMs for it, however...you have to install (spit)
: > pine. Does Pico do syntax highlighing (for HTML and PHP mainly).
:: AFAIK if you install joe from RPM, you get a version of pico called jpico as
: well. For a beginner, sshing in without X, joe is fairly OK as well. It
: still has non-newbie-friendly ctrl-something commands, but if you do ^KH
: you get up the list in a help menu at the top of the screen.
To get around the licensing of Pine/pico, there's a free version in
development, called nano. It's pretty much the same thing, and saves
having to install any other package just to get a pico-alike editor.
Oh, and as far as I'm aware neither pico or nano do syntax highlighting.
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