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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for gedit (redhat section 1)

GEDIT(l)																  GEDIT(l)

NAME
gedit - simple text editor for GNOME The gedit application is a simple text editor. You can use gedit to create and edit text files. You can use gedit plugins to perform a variety of tasks related to text-editing from within the gedit window.
SYNTAX
gedit [--help] [--debug[-section]] [--new-window] [--new-document] [--quit] [filename(s)...]
DESCRIPTION
gedit is a text editor for the GNOME Desktop.
OPTIONS
--help Prints the command line options. --debug[-section] Runs gedit in debug mode. In debug mode function names are dumped to the console when they are invoked. Specific sections for debug- ging are allowed. The sections are: window, commands, document, file, plugins, prefs, print, search, undo, view and recent. Run `gedit --help' for more information. --new-window Create a new toplevel window in an existing instance of gedit. --new-document Create a new document in an existing instance of gedit. --quit Quit an existing instance of gedit. filename(s)... Specifies the file to open when gedit starts - if this is not specified, gedit will load a blank file with an Untitled label. Multi- ple files can be loaded if they are separated by spaces. gedit also supports handling of remote files. For example, you can pass the location of a webpage to gedit, like "http://www.gnome.org", or load a file from a FTP server, like "ftp://ftp.gnome.org/ro- bots.txt".
PIPES
Gedit accepts pipes, so it can be run after another command to load the output into gedit. For example : ls -l | gedit
BUGS
If you find a bug, please report it at http://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=gedit.
AUTHORS
Paolo Maggi (maggi@athena.polito.it) James Willcox (jwillcox@cs.indiana.edu) Federico Mena Quintero (federico@ximian.com) Chema Celorio (chema@celorio.com) 05 Jan 2003 GEDIT(l)