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Old 01 June 2017, 22:45   #5
BJH
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Thanks for the replies all.

Got it running. Not sure how useful this old version will turn out to be, but we'll see!
I'll check out CygnusEd too. It might be that this is a better choice for the AMIGA platform.

It's true, some people have quite strong opinions about what makes for a great text editor. Bizarrely, on the opposite end of the scale, there are people who literally don't care which text editor they use.

I fall on the "strong opinions" end of the spectrum, and I'd argue the case for emacs. And, now that I've invested so heavily into it, I'd probably not consider another text editor (to use as my main editor of choice). I only use something else if it's because I have to
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