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EtherPad source code is free, now what?

EtherPad source code is free, now what?

Posted Dec 23, 2009 19:51 UTC (Wed) by lambda (subscriber, #40735)
In reply to: EtherPad source code is free, now what? by ajb
Parent article: EtherPad source code is free, now what?

There already is Ymacs. It doesn't have an elisp interpreter, but it does implement a lot of the basic editing functionality of Emacs.


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EtherPad source code is free, now what?

Posted Dec 23, 2009 20:23 UTC (Wed) by gidoca (subscriber, #62438) [Link]

But it doesn't have a vi mode, which is pretty much a show stopper. :P

anyterm? Ajaxterm?

Posted Dec 23, 2009 21:48 UTC (Wed) by dmarti (subscriber, #11625) [Link]

You could just create a regular user account, run regular Emacs, and show the user an anyterm or Ajaxterm terminal. Would that be cheating?

EtherPad source code is free, now what?

Posted Dec 30, 2009 20:42 UTC (Wed) by utoddl (subscriber, #1232) [Link]

But it doesn't have a vi mode, which is pretty much a show stopper. :P

Which is the show stopper, having a vi mode, or not having one? (I could go either way.)


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