[Project_owners] Decent editor for OS X

Didier Ernotte didier at ernotte.com
Wed Nov 23 06:28:17 EST 2005


I use BBEdit which is very usefull, but it's a commercial product.

Didier

--- Michael Johnston <special.michael at gmail.com> wrote:

> you could get some elisp for emacs.
> but i would recommend eclipse with the WTP bells and whistles.
> (though both can be a pain to configure correctly)
> 
> I use eclipse on my mac for the mozilla stuff, but sometimes you
> can't
> beat emacs
> 
> mike
> 
> On 11/23/05, David Murray <lid2000 at tpg.com.au> wrote:
> > I'm trying to find a good code editor for OS X that does
> highlighting,
> > etc. I was using jEdit - it's excellent, but the way it uses the
> same
> > keyboard shortcuts as on Windows (home, end, etc) keeps confusing
> me
> > when I'm on a Mac, and remapping them doesn't seem to work too
> great (it
> > doesn't seem to recognise Option, making it hard to skip to the
> start
> > and end of words). Anyway, does anyone know of a good native XML/JS
> > editor for OS X?
> >
> > David.
> >
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