Looking for the Perfect Editor
jgodoy at gmail.com
Fri Sep 15 03:42:48 CEST 2006
"OKB (not okblacke)" <brenNOSPAMbarn at NObrenSPAMbarn.net> writes:
> What I'm interested in knowing is whether anyone has found any
> editor other than TextPad and UltraEdit which allows soft word-wrap (no
> line breaks stored in the file) which do NOT wrap the text to the left
> edge of the screen but instead wrap it back only as far as the
> indentation level of the beginning of the line. So that if I start out
> on a line indented halfway across the screen, and the line wraps, I get
> a block of text, all of which is indented halfway across the screen --
> but then it's saved in the file as one long line. In other words, an
> editor that separates how the text is DISPLAYED from how it's SAVED.
WYSINWYG -> What You See Is Not What You Get...
It doesn't make much sense to me, though. With Emacs I get the wrapping the
way you want, but it really breaks the lines.
Jorge Godoy <jgodoy at gmail.com>
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