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Old 06-13-2018, 02:45 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Web development stuff in 4mLinux

Hi there,

First let me say I really love 4mLinux, I think it's great. I've been using Puppy Linux for 10 years now but I'm migrating to 4mLinux because I need a server for my web-development stuff. And it's fast, very fast.

Okay, the server stuff in 4mLinux is great. Really. But there's just one thing I miss: a good editor for web development like Geany... Yeah I know Leafpad is included but for writing code it just doesn't suit my needs.
Right now I use Geany with Wine, and it works fine. But I think it's a bit weird to use it that way. And I can't execute programs directly in my browser because it runs on Wine.

I know, I know you can't have everything... but a good HTML editor is something I really miss in 4mLinux. The rest is perfect!
Old 06-13-2018, 04:41 PM   #2
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Thanks !

I will consider that. However, you must wait till the next major release (September 2018).

You can also use SeaMonkey, which includes a HTML editor.



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