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SENSIBLE-EDITOR(1)					      General Commands Manual						SENSIBLE-EDITOR(1)

NAME
sensible-editor, sensible-pager, sensible-browser - sensible editing, paging, and web browsing SYNOPSIS
sensible-editor [OPTIONS...] sensible-pager [OPTIONS...] sensible-browser url DESCRIPTION
sensible-editor, sensible-pager and sensible-browser make sensible decisions on which editor, pager, and web browser to call, respectively. Programs in Debian can use these scripts as their default editor, pager, or web browser or emulate their behavior. SEE ALSO
Documentation of the EDITOR, VISUAL and PAGER variables in environ(7) and select-editor(1) for changing a user's default editor STANDARD
Documentation of behavior of sensible-utils under a debian system is available under section 11.4 of debian-policy usually installed under /usr/share/doc/debian-policy (you might need to install debian-policy) Debian 14 Nov 2010 SENSIBLE-EDITOR(1)

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BF-model-EDITOR(1)					      General Commands Manual						BF-model-EDITOR(1)

NAME
bf-model-editor -- The model editor for the Bear Engine. SYNOPSIS
bf-model-editor [-h] [--log-concise] [--log-file=file] [--log-level=string] [--log-uniq] [-c] [-u] file(s) ... DESCRIPTION
This program is the model editor for the Bear Engine. This is a part of the Bear Factory. OPTIONS
The following options can be passed to the program: -c, --compile Compile the files and exit. -h, --help Show summary of options. --log-file=file Write log output in "file". --log-level=string Output log messages up to a given level, among "error", "warning" and "verbose". -u, --update Open and save the model files. -v, --version Print the version of the editor and exit. SEE ALSO
running-bear(6), bf-animation-editor(1), bf-level-editor(1) AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Julien Jorge julien.jorge@gamned.org. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL. BF-model-EDITOR(1)

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