Which editor can be used to edit sh file on Windows 95/98/NT?
Tue Feb 22 05:45:00 GMT 2000
--- John Buffington <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I use TextPad. http://www.textpad.com/
> Lets you "save-as" in DOS, UNIX, or MAC line end format.
> Lots of other goodies too.
So does vim/gvim. Vim is the console mode program, gvim is the GUI version
complete with a menu to let you select the options. It also does color syntax
highlighting based on the type of source with over 120 different types of
source syntax files. I can have a dark background or a light background and
vim will use light or dark colors for the foreground based on the background
setting. It offers many more features that are too numerous to mention here.
Sorry list, I couldn't resist,
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