Robust, X-Windows based editor available for Linux

Robust, X-Windows based editor available for Linux

Post by Ken Mart » Wed, 10 May 1995 04:00:00



Enabling Technologies Group is happy to announce the availability of their
latest version of the ARPUS/ce editor FREE for the Linux Operating System.

"ce" is a full-screen, X-Windows based editor that provides easy-to-use text
editing across a variety of UNIX platforms.  It is available free of charge
for Linux users.

ce is the "editor of choice" of programmers, network managers, system
administrators, and end users who require the ability to edit ASCII files.
It combines many standard features with unique capabilities such as on-line
help, designed to make editing easier than ever.  Ce also comes with "pad
support" for users who would like to extend ce's editing functionality to
the UNIX command line.

Developed originally for users migrating from Apollo's Domain environment,
ce was modeled after the Display Manager editor.  ETG has incorporated the
features of the DM editor that Apollo users liked best with new features
that truly make ce hard to beat.  Some features of ce include:  ceterm,
multiple edit sessions, rectangular cut & paste, global bounded search and
replace, coordinated mouse and text cursor control, command macros,
unlimited UNDO & REDO, customized keyboard mapping, vertical and horizontal
scrolling, and automatic file backup and save.

ce provides a consistent user presentation across a variety of operating
environments that include:  IBM AIX, Hewlett-Packard HP-UX, Sun SunOS &
Solaris, HP Apollo Domain/OS, DEC Ultrix, and of course, Linux.

To get your FREE copy of ce for Linux, simply do an anonymous FTP to:
ftp.std.com;  cd to /ftp/vendors/ETG; and get the README file for detailed
instructions.  In this location, you will find the FREE Linux copy and also
evaluation copies of ce for other vendors' platforms.  

Founded in 1990, Enabling Technologies Group's corporate objective is to
promote the promise of open systems through the delivery of quality software
products, education and consulting services for the open systems market.  ce
represents just one of the products offered by ETG.  For more information,
please call ETG at (404) 642-1500.  

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Ken Martin                                                  
Product Manager
Enabling Technologies Group, Inc.
8601 Dunwoody Place, Suite 300
Atlanta, Georgia  30350

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PLEASE remember Keywords: and a short description of the software.

 
 
 

1. REPOST: Robust, X-Windows based editor available for Linux

Enabling Technologies Group is happy to announce the availability of their
latest version of the ARPUS/ce editor FREE for the Linux Operating System.

"ce" is a full-screen, X-Windows based editor that provides easy-to-use text
editing across a variety of UNIX platforms.  It is available free of charge
for Linux users.

ce is the "editor of choice" of programmers, network managers, system
administrators, and end users who require the ability to edit ASCII files.
It combines many standard features with unique capabilities such as on-line
help, designed to make editing easier than ever.  Ce also comes with "pad
support" for users who would like to extend ce's editing functionality to
the UNIX command line.

Developed originally for users migrating from Apollo's Domain environment,
ce was modeled after the Display Manager editor.  ETG has incorporated the
features of the DM editor that Apollo users liked best with new features
that truly make ce hard to beat.  Some features of ce include:  ceterm,
multiple edit sessions, rectangular cut & paste, global bounded search and
replace, coordinated mouse and text cursor control, command macros,
unlimited UNDO & REDO, customized keyboard mapping, vertical and horizontal
scrolling, and automatic file backup and save.

ce provides a consistent user presentation across a variety of operating
environments that include:  IBM AIX, Hewlett-Packard HP-UX, Sun SunOS &
Solaris, HP Apollo Domain/OS, DEC Ultrix, and of course, Linux.

To get your FREE copy of ce for Linux, simply do an anonymous FTP to:
ftp.std.com;  cd to /ftp/vendors/ETG; and get the README file for detailed
instructions.  In this location, you will find the FREE Linux copy and also
evaluation copies of ce for other vendors' platforms.  

Founded in 1990, Enabling Technologies Group's corporate objective is to
promote the promise of open systems through the delivery of quality software
products, education and consulting services for the open systems market.  ce
represents just one of the products offered by ETG.  For more information,
please call ETG at (404) 642-1500.  

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
Ken Martin                                                  
Product Manager
Enabling Technologies Group, Inc.
8601 Dunwoody Place, Suite 300
Atlanta, Georgia  30350

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PLEASE remember Keywords: and a short description of the software.

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