On 11/01/2017 04:51 PM, Norman Wilson wrote:
Or, if you have moved beyond the era of simulated
teletypes on graphics screens, you could do the editing
in the terminal (program).
Maybe it's my naivety, but I can't visualize the workflow using
something else. (I briefly tried finding videos to see it, but failed.)
It's a real shame the mux/9term way of doing
caught on. I suppose it is because so many people are
wedded to programs that require cursor addressing; I'm
glad I never succumbed to that.
I've had people tell me things about 9term, but I can't fathom what
using it would be like.
I use ed (or its cousin qed a la Toronto) for simple
Mostly I'll use the traditional commands, but sometimes
I will, in mux/9term style, print a line with p, type
c, edit the line on the screen, pick it up and send it,
type . return.
What do you mean by "pick it up" and "send it"?
Will you please elaborate on what your day to day process (using 9term's
editing ability) is like?
And of course I can do that sort of thing with any
whether or not it is compiled with some magic library.
All this is something of a matter of taste, but I have
sometimes amazed (in a good way) my colleagues with it.
Grant. . . .
unix || die