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#26 2019-07-01 01:40:38

ozitraveller
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Re: Leafpad has been removed from sid and buster.

I'm preparing for the next release, and have exchanged leafpad for mousepad. nano is a given as default. And geany otherwise.

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#27 2019-07-01 23:03:33

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Registered: 2015-10-02
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Re: Leafpad has been removed from sid and buster.

johnraff wrote:

^Thanks! I do find highlighting can make code more readable, though it's usually Geany for any big stuff. Nano's for the quick fixes, like when X won't start...

But, I now find Debian has all highlighting enabled already, via /etc/nanorc line 249:

include "/usr/share/nano/*.nanorc"

I just enabled that for ArchLabs; looks pretty good.


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#28 2019-07-02 07:16:27

cog
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Registered: 2015-10-27
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Re: Leafpad has been removed from sid and buster.

It’s way to late for it but pluma can be made too look real good too.

(I’m a Vim freak)


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#29 2019-07-02 14:42:53

clusterF
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Registered: 2019-05-07
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Re: Leafpad has been removed from sid and buster.

johnraff wrote:
clusterF wrote:

Non gui but Cant beat good old nano as a fallback.

There's a built-in guified cli text editor in BL already - bl-cli-editor. If your "editor" alternative is set to nano, it will open x-terminal-editor with nano (likewise vim), so it behaves like a GUI editor. You can set it as your bl-editor alternative in menu>System>Edit Debian Alternatives if you want to play with it. Mime-types should then automatically open text files with bl-cli-editor.

Nice, that is clever.

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