>On Sun, Sep 09, 2001 at 11:43:57PM +0100, Ype Kingma wrote:
>| >I'm considering contributing code to NetBeans as an IDE to do Jython script
>| >editing. I'm wondering what people are using to edit Jython scripts?
>I too use vim or gvim (depending on whether I want to work in the
>console I'm in or a new GUI window).
>| On unix I use vi, on the mac BBEdit,
>| and everywhere else any flat text editor.
>| I grew up in vi and somehow never needed emacs. Vi has good
>| python support under unix (syntax coloring, indentation).
>Which vi are you using? vim has been ported to the mac as well as
>almost every other platform. I just can't deal with any other editor
>:-). (BTW, I even have gvim built with the GTK+ gui to run in XFree
>under cygwin on win2k)
I use vim 5.6 (iirc) as it came with suse 6.4 powerpc. Within kde i created
a simple shell script to handle window settings, but it doesn't handle
mouse clicks as it might. I had to activate the syntax coloring, but
that was straightforward.