Re: ITP: codecommander
On Sat, 15 Jul 2000 10:46:30 Sander Smeenk (CistroN Medewerker) wrote:
> Quoting Joop Stakenborg (email@example.com):
> > CodeCommander is a code editor for most POSIX compliant operating systems,
> > makes use the Gtk+ widget set and the GNOME libraries. The purpose of this
> > program is to provide programmers with a single application that can take
> > care of all their programming needs.
> I tried it, it looks nice. Too bad that when you say '#!/usr/bin/perl -w'
> in the first line of your script, and press Shift-F5 to run the script.
> CodeCommander will use '/usr/bin/perl scriptname.pl' to run it.
> Another thing is that highlighting syntaxes are based on the extention
> of the file you are editting, and so that highlighting will only be
> activated when you save the file to disk.
> Nag Nag.. Am I offtopic? :]
Since the web pages of codecommander are hosted on sourceforge, they have a
bug tracking system. If you find it annoying, submit a bug report!
The package is ready. Would you like to try it?
It is at http://pa4tu.penguinpowered.com/download/codecommander_0.9.6-1_i386.deb
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