> Well I've been using FreeBSD for the past maybe 4 years now. > I've been using "ee" (don't laugh) to do all my editing on the command line. > Im looking to grow out of "ee" into something else. > Naturally, something that can open/edit files. > And if possible, I've heard of editors with color syntax highlighting, > search/replace, > and other voodoo, that "ee" isn't capable of. > In general, I edit FreeBSD system files, php/html and related files. >
<flame proof suit on> I would suggest vi/vim/emacs to start with. More voodo than you can shake a large stick at </flame> -- w: http://www.jvds.com | Linux + FreeBSD Servers from $15/mo e: [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Totally Customizable Technology t: +447919 373537 | Forums t: 1-888-327-6330 | http://forums.jvds.com _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"