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Can You Please List All the Linux X-based source code editors and where I can find them?  Something like bbedit for the mac is what I am thinking of. I currently have the Redhat 5.1 release.
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The 2 most popular are probably XEmacs and VIM (in GUI mode). Both of these editors have advanced features like syntax highlighting, the ability to make/compile the code, etc. You can also find a number of GUI-based text editors ala MS Word: Corel's WordPerfect, Applixware (office suite), StarOffice, etc. The Linux Applications page (www.xnet.com/~blatura/linapp6.html) lists a number of editors.

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