On Mon, 8 Apr 2002, Charles Y. Choi wrote:

> IMHO, much of what makes the ZMI difficult to use is due to limitations 
> of the
> textarea widget in a web browser (no syntax highlighting, no indentation 
> support,
> etc.)  
> So what if there was a way to get JavaScript to take the contents of a 
> textarea
> widget, save that to a temporary file and then call a local editor of 
> the user's
> choice to edit that file.  Upon exit of the local editor, the contents 
> of the file
> are then put back in the textarea widget.  How would the use model work?
> Hook into the right mouse button menu over the textarea widget an entry
> called "Edit Contents with Local Editor".

check out http://www.mijnkopthee.nl/pivot/screenshots.html

but call me stupid.... isn't emacs an easier solution ?

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