^^

'non-free/editors' section

/non-free/axe/axe

Text editor for X

aXe is a simple to use text editor for X that represents a significant improvement over xedit. Also built around the Athena Text Widget it features, amongst other things, o multiple windows, buffers o configurable menus, optional configurable button interface o provision for defining keyboard macros o file selection via a browser o parenthesis matching, regular expression searching o restricted or unlimited undo o ability to change font o both brief and comprehensive (hypertext) on-line help


GNU Emacs common non-DFSG items, including the core documentation

This package includes the core Emacs documentation: the Emacs Info pages, the Emacs Lisp Reference Manual, and the Emacs Lisp Intro. . GNU Emacs is the extensible self-documenting text editor. This package contains the architecture independent infrastructure that is not compliant with the Debian Free Software Guidelines. In particular, this includes some of the GNU Emacs info pages, as they are covered under the GFDL, and specify invariant sections. See http://www.debian.org/vote/2006/vote_001 for more information.


GNU Emacs common non-DFSG items, including the core documentation

This package includes the core Emacs documentation: the Emacs Info pages, the Emacs Lisp Reference Manual, and the Emacs Lisp Intro. . GNU Emacs is the extensible self-documenting text editor. This package contains the architecture independent infrastructure that is not compliant with the Debian Free Software Guidelines. In particular, this includes some of the GNU Emacs info pages, as they are covered under the GFDL, and specify invariant sections. See http://www.debian.org/vote/2006/vote_001 for more information.


GNU Emacs common non-DFSG items, including the core documentation

This package includes the core Emacs documentation: the Emacs Info pages, the Emacs Lisp Reference Manual, and the Emacs Lisp Intro. . GNU Emacs is the extensible self-documenting text editor. This package contains the architecture independent infrastructure that is not compliant with the Debian Free Software Guidelines. In particular, this includes some of the GNU Emacs info pages, as they are covered under the GFDL, and specify invariant sections. See http://www.debian.org/vote/2006/vote_001 for more information.