Chuck Hallenbeck chuckh at ftml.net
Thu Nov 1 09:20:10 EDT 2007

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Before moving to emacs, give "ne" a spin. I have abandoned nano in
favor of ne and like it a lot. "ne" stands for "nice editor".


On Thu, Nov 01, 2007 at 12:59:52PM +0000, Michael Whapples wrote:
> Hello,
> I am currently looking for a better editor than my current favourite
> (nano). I have just been doing some bash scripting training, and in that
> they were teaching using vi (the training was for people who may never
> have used unix before), but I have to say I just wasn't getting on with
> vi. How does speakup work with vi best? I found it not very good. People
> were saying to me that nano isn't so powerful (and I know what they are
> getting at), so I am thinking about emacs (or emacspeak). It seems more
> to my liking than vi, but I have a few questions about it. If I were to
> use emacspeak, how is it best to stop conflicts of speakup and emacspeak
> wanting to use the same synth (an apollo in my case)? Or is it good to
> use emacs with speakup (so doing away with emacspeak? Or alternatively,
> is there any other editors people might suggest.
> From
> Michael Whapples
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