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nathanpc Page Icon Posted 2009-09-10 7:10 PM
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Hello,
One of my interests on installing Linux in my HP Jornada 720(JLime) was to develop in C++, but in my PC Linux(Ubuntu) i use Gedit, that i like so much, but where i can find a good GUI Text Editor, better if it have a code highlighting for C++.

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Nathan Paulino Campos
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nathanpc Page Icon Posted 2009-09-10 7:31 PM
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Needing Help!
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mscdex Page Icon Posted 2009-09-11 2:32 AM
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handhelds.org's ipkg repository has "pyeditor," which uses scintilla. I'm assuming hh.org's repository is compatible with jLime though.
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nathanpc Page Icon Posted 2009-09-11 1:30 PM
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Thanks very much mscdex!
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RTFM
RTFM Page Icon Posted 2009-09-11 2:49 PM
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It's not really a GUI app, but open a terminal and type mc. Its clne of the old DOS norton commander.

It supports syntax highlighting and it's included in Mongo by default.
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nathanpc Page Icon Posted 2009-09-11 7:36 PM
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Huh, i'm going to try RTFM!

Thanks!
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