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Old 03-06-2005, 10:57 PM   #1
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E3 Text editor

I recently downloaded the E3 text editor and gunziped it and ran the makefile. I am clueless on how I am suppose to run this thing. Any help is greatly appreciated
Old 03-07-2005, 02:21 AM   #2
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You mean 'run' as in 'execute' or 'run' as in 'use'? To execute, it's 'e3' (or, if that doesn't work, /path/to/e3). To use - I only played with it a little while but, IIRC, it was reasonably straightforward - read the docs in the tarball, try the man page (I think it had one) and hit 'h' or '?' in the editor itself (or something like that). It has an internal help screen. (Again, IIRC - it was awhile ago.)


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