On Tue, 2006-06-27 at 22:52 +0100, Eamon Skelton wrote:
> Philip Creevy wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I have decided to give up my DOS PIC tools and use
> > linux ones instead. A compiler and simulator is no
> > problem, so I need to select an editor, neither VI
> > or EMACS float my boat.
> > Can anyone suggest a fairly basic editor.
> > Philip
>> Nedit is a nice simple editor for X. If you want PIC-
> specific stuff like syntax highlighting, try Pikdev.
>nedit, nano or gedit all look good.
Been a GNOME fan I did not think PIKDEV
would work but have just tried it and so
far no problems under GNOME on FC5_64.
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