IBM EPM editor clone for kubuntu?
paul at lemmons.name
Fri Apr 8 02:58:18 UTC 2016
Wow! I though all of us OS/2 users had long since gone the way of the
dinosaurs :) I can't speak to EPM but I think that gwenview is what you are
looking for to replace PMView. It is an image/multimedia viewer. Dolphin is
not too bad either if you turn on the preview icon view.
Kate is an excellent editor for programming and text file editing. It is
not so good as a word processor. It sounds like what you are looking for is
a word processor. At least that is what I hear when I read "reflowing text
after major editing". If so I recommend Libreoffice.
On Thu, Apr 7, 2016 at 1:11 PM Lothar W Frommhold <frommhold at utexas.edu>
> Hello All:
> As a former OS/2 user who is presently getting comfortable with kubuntu, I
> sorely miss the IBM EPM editor, or certain features of it (reflowing text
> after major editing, certain block editing/programming features, etc.).
> Kate has many good other features, and I seem unable to get comfortable
> with emacs. The IBM text editor families have nearly all been cloned for
> several OSs, but I was unable to find an EPM clone for linux - or would any
> of these perhaps do: slickedit, E3, X2, XEDIT, KEDIT, THE? My question: is
> there an EPM (or similar IBM family) clone, proprietory or otherwise, for
> linux that one could consider? Any info you may know of would be
> appreciated! (Another OS/2 apps I miss is PMVIEW.)
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