Terminal-based text editor with color syntax hilighting

Dave Benjamin ramen at lackingtalent.com
Tue Apr 1 17:30:55 CEST 2003

In article <b6bti2$c7f$1 at news1.radix.net>, Thomas Dickey wrote:
>>> I'm talking about an SSH session, not an XTerm. Text only.)
> ssh is an application that might run in an xterm

Right, I should have been more clear about this. I'm talking about
non-X-capable terminal sessions like SecureCRT, serial connections, Linux
without XFree86, etc. So it needs to be ncurses, s-lang, or something

> actually XEmacs has done color for a few years.  For vi-clones, elvis and
> vile both do color as well.

Yeah, XEmacs has fairly sophisticated color hilighting I think...


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