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File Date Author Commit
bin 1998-10-07 Slava Pestov Slava Pestov [b9fe66] import of jEdit-0.8
doc 1998-10-07 Slava Pestov Slava Pestov [b9fe66] import of jEdit-0.8
etc 1998-10-02 Slava Pestov Slava Pestov [20dcb4] import of jEdit-0.5-19981002
plugins 1998-10-07 Slava Pestov Slava Pestov [b9fe66] import of jEdit-0.8
src 1998-10-07 Slava Pestov Slava Pestov [b9fe66] import of jEdit-0.8
COPYING 1998-10-02 Slava Pestov Slava Pestov [20dcb4] import of jEdit-0.5-19981002
Makefile 1998-10-03 Slava Pestov Slava Pestov [30488e] import of jEdit-0.5-19981003
README 1998-10-06 Slava Pestov Slava Pestov [9c2140] import of jEdit-0.7
Rules.make 1998-10-02 Slava Pestov Slava Pestov [20dcb4] import of jEdit-0.5-19981002
VERSION 1998-10-07 Slava Pestov Slava Pestov [b9fe66] import of jEdit-0.8
installit.bat 1998-10-05 Slava Pestov Slava Pestov [e0a550] import of jEdit-0.6-19981005
makeit.bat 1998-10-05 Slava Pestov Slava Pestov [e0a550] import of jEdit-0.6-19981005

Read Me

JEDIT README (README, last modified 6 Oct 1998)

jEdit is a text editor written in Java. I wrote it to learn more about JFC
programming. This is a pre-release version. See the VERSION file to see what
remains to be done.

To get started with jEdit, I suggest you take a look at doc/index.txt. You
might also want to take a look at the contents of the etc/ directory, it
contains some useful goodies.

jEdit is under the GNU General Public License, read the enclosed COPYING file
for more information. Basically, you can share jEdit and modify it all you
want, but you must give away your modifications under the same terms.

Have fun!

-- Slava Pestov
<slava_pestov@geocities.com>