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NEDIT(1)																  NEDIT(1)

NAME
NEdit - Text Editor
SYNOPSYS
nedit [-read] [-create] [-line n | +n] [-server] [-do command] [-tags file] [-tabs n] [-wrap] [-nowrap] [-autowrap] [-autoindent] [-noau- toindent] [-autosave] [-noautosave] [-lm languagemode] [-rows n] [-columns n] [-font font] [-geometry geometry] [-iconic] [-noiconic] [-display [host]:server[.screen]] [-xrm resourcestring] [-svrname name] [-import file] [-background color] [-foreground color] [-V] [-ver- sion] [file...]
DESCRIPTION
NEdit is a standard GUI (Graphical User Interface) style text editor for programs and plain-text files. It provides mouse based editing and a streamlined editing style, based on popular Macintosh and MS Windows editors, for users of X workstations and X terminals.
OPTIONS
-read Open the file read-only regardless of the actual file protection. -create Don't warn about file creation when a file doesn't exist. -line n, +n Go to line number n. -server Designate this session as an NEdit server, for processing commands from the nc(1) program. nc(1) can be used to interface NEdit to code development environments, mailers, etc., or just as a quick way to open files from the shell command line without starting a new NEdit session. -do command Execute an NEdit macro or action. On each file following the -do argument on the command line. -do is particularly useful from the nc(1) program, where `nc -do' can remotely execute commands in an nedit -server session. -tags file Load a file of directions for finding definitions of program subroutines and data objects. The file must be of the format generated by Exuberant Ctags, or the standard Unix ctags(1) command. -tabs n Set tab stops every n characters. -wrap, -nowrap Wrap long lines at the right edge of the window rather than continuing them past it. (Continuous Wrap mode) -autowrap, -noautowrap Wrap long lines when the cursor reaches the right edge of the window by inserting newlines at word boundaries. (Auto Newline Wrap mode) -autoindent, -noautoindent Maintain a running indent. -autosave, -noautosave Maintain a backup copy of the file being edited under the name ~filename (on Unix) or _filename (on VMS). -lm languagemode Initial language mode used for editing succeeding files. -rows n Default height in characters for an editing window. -columns n Default width in characters for an editing window. -font font, -fn font Font for text being edited. Font for menus and dialogs can be set with -xrm "*fontList:font". -geometry geometry, -g geometry The initial size and/or location of editor windows. The argument geometry has the form: [<width>x<height>][+|-][<xoffset>[+|-]<yoffset>] where `<width>' and `<height>' are the desired width and height of the window, and `<xoffset>' and `<yoffset>' are the distance from the edge of the screen to the window, + for top or left, - for bottom or right. -geometry can be specified for individual files on the command line. -iconic, -noiconic Initial window state for succeeding files. -display [host]:server[.screen] The name of the X server to use. host specifies the machine, server specifies the display server number, and screen specifies the screen number. host or screen can be omitted and default to the local machine, and screen 0. -background color, -bg color Background color. The background color for text can be set separately with -xrm "nedit*text.background: color". -foreground color, -fg color Foreground color. The foreground color for text can be set separately with -xrm "nedit*text.foreground: color". -xrm resourcestring Set the value of an X resource to override a default value. -svrname name When starting nedit in server mode, name the server, such that it responds to requests only when nc(1) is given a corresponding -svr- name argument. By naming servers, you can run several simultaneously, and direct files and commands specifically to any one. -import file Loads an additional preferences file on top of the existing defaults saved in your .nedit file. To incorporate macros, language modes, and highlight patterns and styles written by other users, run nedit with -import <file>, then re-save your .nedit file with Prefer- ences->Save Defaults. -V, -version Prints version and build information, to be mentioned when reporting bugs and problems. Also prints credits and license information.
ENVIRONMENT
DISPLAY NEdit requires an X-based workstation or X-Terminal. If you have used telnet or rlogin to access the host Unix system, set the Unix environment variable for your display: % setenv DISPLAY devicename:0
FILES
NEdit stores a few files in a user's home directory: .nedit The general configuration file. Do not edit this file by hand. .neditmacro A file that can contain a number of macro statements and subroutines. The statements will be executed when a NEdit server starts, the subroutines will be loaded for later reference. .neditdb The list of recently opened files. Do not edit this file by hand.
NOTES
For more information see NEdit's online help, or nedit.doc in the NEdit distribution kit. NEdit sources, executables, additional documentation, and contributed software are available from the NEdit web site at http://nedit.org.
SEE ALSO
nc(1), X(1), mwm(1), vi(1), emacs(1), ctags(1)
AUTHORS
NEdit was written by Mark Edel, Joy Kyriakopulos, Christopher Conrad, Jim Clark, Arnulfo Zepeda-Navratil, Suresh Ravoor, Tony Balinski, Max Vohlken, Yunliang Yu, Donna Reid, Arne Forlie, Eddy De Greef, Steve LoBasso, Alexander Mai, Scott Tringali, and Thorsten Haude. The regular expression matching routines used in NEdit are adapted (with permission) from original code written by Henry Spencer at the University of Toronto. Syntax highlighting patterns and smart indent macros were contributed by: Simon T. MacDonald, Maurice Leysens, Matt Majka, Alfred Smeenk, Alain Fargues, Christopher Conrad, Scott Markinson, Konrad Bernloehr, Ivan Herman, Patrice Venant, Christian Denat, Philippe Couton, Max Vohlken, Markus Schwarzenberg, Himanshu Gohel, Steven C. Kapp, Michael Turomsha, John Fieber, Chris Ross, Nathaniel Gray, Joachim Lous, Mike Duigou, Seak Teng-Fong, Joor Loohuis, Mark Jones, and Niek van den Berg.
COPYRIGHT
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MER- CHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License in the Help section "Distribution Policy" for more details. 3rd Berkeley Distribution NEDIT(1)

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