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FTE(1)							      General Commands Manual							    FTE(1)

fte - Text editor SYNOPSIS
fte [[options] files ...] xfte [[options] files ...] vfte [[options] files ...] nfte [[options] files ...] sfte [[options] files ...] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the fte. Some detailed documentation is available html format, see below. fte is a powerful text editor which closely resembles Borlands programming editors for M$-DOS, but is far more flexible and configurable. OPTIONS
fte uses a command line syntax, which is a little bit different from most of Debian GNU/Linux apps. -h -? --help Help on command line options. -! Ignore any external configuration file and use internal configuration. -l<line>[,<column>] Go to line (and column) in next file on command line. -#<line>[<,column>] Same as -l. Do not use this option. -m[<mode>] Set mode for next files to <mode>. If just plain -m, then use default mode. -C[<.cnf>] Use specified configuration file (compiled). Plain -C does the same as -!. -D[<.dsk>] Load/save desktop from file <.dsk>. If no argument, disable desktop load/save. -H[<.his>] Load/save history from file <.his>. If no argument, disable history load/save. -T<tagfile> Load 'tagfile' at startup. -t<tag> Lookup tag 'tag' and display file containing it. -- The rest of the arguments are not options, but filenames. -+ The next argument is not an option even if starting with a '-'. Useful when loading files that begin with a -. -noi18n Do not use locales in xfte - useful if you have incorrect locales. -noxmb Do not use XMB functions in xfte - useful if you have incorrect locales and you want to use just english fonts. -font Select XWindow font to use with xfte. See VIOFONT also. ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES
This is list of variable which might change behavior of some internals of fte. VIOFONT - select font used by xfte ISOCONSOLE - when set, vfte is usign ascii symbols to draw tables. This is useful when iso latin charset is used on console. EXAMPLES
fte -mBIN /usr/bin/vfte load /usr/bin/vfte in BIN mode fte -mBIN -+ -bla- load file -bla- in BIN mode fte -l100,30 win.c go to (100,30) in win.c fte window.cpp load file window.cpp fte -- -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 load files -1, -2, -3, -4, -5, -6 fte -D -H fte.dsk fte.his disable desktop and history loading and saving and load files fte.dsk and fte.his FILES
~/.fterc /usr/local/etc/fte/system.fterc /etc/fte/system.fterc Default configuration files. Includes all keybindings and menus compiled with cfte(1) from config files in /usr/share/doc/fte/config-exam- ple.tar.gz. SEE ALSO
cfte(1), /usr/share/doc/fte/contents.html AUTHORS
This manual page was written by Riku Voipio and Zdenek Kabelac <> <> for the Debian GNU/Linux system. DATE
18 Nov 1999 FTE(1)

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gedit(1)							   User Commands							  gedit(1)

gnome-text-editor, gedit - Text Editor for the GNOME desktop. SYNOPSIS
gnome-text-editor | gedit [--encoding=encoding] [--new-document] [--new-window] [+[num]] [gnome-std-options] [filename] DESCRIPTION
gedit or gnome-text-editor is the official text editor of the GNOME desktop environment. While aiming at simplicity and ease of use, gedit is a powerful general purpose text editor. It can be used to create and edit all kinds of text files. Multiple documents can be edited at the same time. Each document resides in a specific tabbed section of the application win- dow. gedit features a flexible plugin system which can be used to dynamically add new advanced features to gedit itself. OPTIONS
The following options are supported: --encoding=encoding Set the character encoding to be used to open the files listed on the command line. --new-document Create a new top-level document or tabbed section in an existing instance of gedit. --new-window Create a new top-level window in an existing instance of gedit. +[num] For the first file, go to the line specified by num (do not insert a space between the "+" sign and the number). If num is missing, go to the last line. gnome-std-options Standard options available for use with most GNOME applications. See gnome-std-options(5) for more information. OPERANDS
The following operands are supported: filename The name of the image file to edit. EXTENDED DESCRIPTION
The gedit application accepts pipes, so you can specify a pipe after another command, to load the output of the command into gedit. For example: example% ls -l | gedit EXAMPLES
Example 1: To Edit an ASCII File Named document.txt example% gedit document.txt Example 2: To Add a New Tab That Contains an ASCII File Named book.txt example% gedit --new-document book.txt Example 3: To Add a New Top-Level Window That Contains an ASCII File Named testfile.txt example% gedit --new-window testfile.txt EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned: 0 Application exited successfully. >0 An error occurred. FILES
The following files are used by this application: /usr/bin/gedit The executable file for the gnome-text-editor application. /usr/bin/gnome-text-editor A symbolic link to the gedit executable file. /usr/lib/gedit/plugins Location of gedit plugins. /usr/share/gtk-doc/html/gedit Location of developer documentation for writing a gedit plugin. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWgnome-text-editor | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface stability |Volatile | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
libgtksourceview-1.0(3), attributes(5), gnome-std-options(5) Online Help gedit manual. NOTES
This man page was written by the following people: Paolo Maggi, Paolo Borelli, Chema Celorio, James Willcox, Federico Mena Quintero. Updated by Brian Cameron, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2003, 2004, 2006. SunOS 5.11 31 Aug 2004 gedit(1)
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