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pida(1) 							       PIDA								   pida(1)

NAME
pida - Starts up the Python Integrated Development Application SYNTAX
pida DESCRIPTION
PIDA is a GTK application that was designed to reuse some of the tools IDEs usually supply. As such, it allows the use of gvim as the edi- tor, thus providing you with an already powerful editor. Its default configuration is centered around Python development, but, as with edi- tors, it can be extended to suit any language through its "plugin" interface and framework. Vim can be executed from Pida in either the standard mode or in evim mode. Evim is a modeless editor, much like Notepad for windows (except of course with the added vim features). Evim mode is perfect for those wishing to use Pida, but who do not wish to use Vim. FILES
~/.pida2 Stores configuration settings for Pida. AUTHORS
Ali Afshar <aafshar@gmail.com> SEE ALSO
http://pida.berlios.de/ George Cristian Birzan 0.2.2 pida(1)

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EVIM(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   EVIM(1)

NAME
evim - easy Vim, edit a file with Vim and setup for modeless editing SYNOPSIS
evim [options] [file ..] eview DESCRIPTION
eVim starts Vim and sets options to make it behave like a modeless editor. This is still Vim but used as a point-and-click editor. This feels a lot like using Notepad on MS-Windows. eVim will always run in the GUI, to enable the use of menus and toolbar. Only to be used for people who really can't work with Vim in the normal way. Editing will be much less efficient. eview is the same, but starts in read-only mode. It works just like evim -R. See vim(1) for details about Vim, options, etc. The 'insertmode' option is set to be able to type text directly. Mappings are setup to make Copy and Paste work with the MS-Windows keys. CTRL-X cuts text, CTRL-C copies text and CTRL-V pastes text. Use CTRL-Q to obtain the original meaning of CTRL-V. OPTIONS
See vim(1). FILES
/usr/local/lib/vim/evim.vim The script loaded to initialize eVim. AKA
Also Known As "Vim for gumbies". When using evim you are expected to take a handkerchief, make a knot in each corner and wear it on your head. SEE ALSO
vim(1) AUTHOR
Most of Vim was made by Bram Moolenaar, with a lot of help from others. See the Help/Credits menu. 2002 February 16 EVIM(1)
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