[R] Re: [R-gui] NEdit Highligth patterns for R
ernesto at ipimar.pt
Thu Oct 10 15:24:06 CEST 2002
It's true, you can use NEdit in windows with cygwin. I just don't like
these "emulation" environments.
On Thu, 2002-10-10 at 12:40, Peter Dalgaard BSA wrote:
> Ernesto Jardim <ernesto at ipimar.pt> writes:
> > I've just submitted to the NEdit development team a R highligth patterns
> > for NEdit (www.nedit.org).
> > NEdit is a text editor for LINUX which I use to write small R functions.
> Actually, it would appear to be available for Win32 and MacOSX as
> well. (Personally I'm still hooked on Emacs though, and would likely
> be driven nuts by an editor that has a different interpretation of
> things like Ctrl-A...)
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