Re: Replacing ae
Glenn McGrath wrote:
> Erik Andersen wrote:
> > Having carefully looked over nano-tiny ('apt-get install nano-tiny' for the
> > curious) I propose we immediately throw ae out of the boot-floppies and use
> > nano-tiny instead. It is already linked vs slang so there are no library
> > problems. It _is slightly_ bigger. On x86 it adds 16k. That is a price I
> > would be glad to pay.
> > -Erik
> Yea id like to see that happen too, i think it would be easier to use
> for newbies.
One thing though. Make sure that the editor in there works flawlessly
over network connections... Might be convenient for cluster guys here :)
Nowadays I find that almost no editor works well over a normal
Eray (exa) Ozkural
Comp. Sci. Dept., Bilkent University, Ankara