Re: OT: Re: Suitable text ed
On Thursday 07 September 2017 13:26:13 David Wright wrote:
> On Thu 07 Sep 2017 at 08:42:54 (+0200), Jan-Peter Rühmann wrote:
> > Hello
> > Am 07.09.2017 um 07:50 schrieb Mike McClain:
> > > On Wed, Sep 06, 2017 at 02:31:08AM -0400, Gene Heskett wrote:
> > >> The total configuration generally is not a single file, usually
> > >> broken up according to its order in the programs bootup, first
> > >> being the basic config, then the first of what could be 2 or 3
> > >> .hal files, some of which can't be run until the gui is started,
> > >> then once the gui is drawn, more gui for accessory tally's,
> > >> spindle speed/direction, and dials to replace the cranks that no
> > >> longer exist, usually written in xml or pyvcp, or gladevcp is
> > >> done, which adds the "hal pins" that connect the machine gui to
> > >> the machine. It can get complex. This most recent lathe has over
> > >> 1200 lines of code just in the configuration files. And I still
> > >> do not have any coolant or lube facilities under control. Stuff
> > >> I have yet to build or buy. :)
> > >
> > > Damn, that sounds like fun.
> > > Mike
> > > --
> > > Go to heaven for the climate, hell for the company.
> > > - Mark Twain
> > I prefer vi on the Console and Atom in the UI.
> > before I found Atom I loved Kate very much and I still like mcedit
> > in the Console and via ssh.
> I didn't know you could edit files side by side in mcedit.
> (I take it we're talking MidnightCommander rather than Minecraft.)
Neither did I, but then it seems to be a coin toss as to whether mc calls
nano, or uses its own editor. Something controls it, but I haven't
sussed what. Two side by side sessions on a high res screen would be
handy, like awesome.
Cheers, Gene Heskett
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