leaf/mousepad and saved settings
ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Wed Dec 14 11:18:49 UTC 2011
From: ubuntu-studio-devel-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com on behalf of ?????? ???????
Sent: Wed 12/14/2011 08:59
I'd also consider not shipping a text editor at all.
Nowadays we use rich text editors aka text processors for text. A modern text editor is really a code editor - that's the only use case for it (there's also questionable editing of config files, but I assume Ubuntu Studio already ships proper configs so the user won't have to spend hours editing configs).
And, admit it, neither mousepad nor leafpad are convnient for writing code. So, if you think your users will have to write code, ship Gedit; if you want to provide a basic text editing support for miscellaneous use, ship something from this list: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DQdBtgo1RDXXo4arN1-4geZ6xJYyKDkdcQNEHAYLMds/edit
Hi Sergey :)
I disagree. I'm comfortable with leafpad to write shell scripts that handle my audio sessions.
How do you manage your audio sessions?
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