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    Command:

    axe

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           axe  [  -toolkitoption  ...] [ -option ... ] [ filename ... ] [ -buffer
           filename ...]
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           aXe is a simple to use text editor for X that represents a  significant
           improvement  over  xedit.  Also  built around the Athena Text Widget it
           features, amongst other things,
    
              o multiple windows
              o multiple buffers
              o default menu interface
              o configurable menus
              o optional configurable button interface
              o minibuffer for expert use and access to external filters
              o provision for defining a keyboard macro
              o geometry specification and resizing in terms of characters
              o file selection via a browser
              o knowledge of line numbers
              o parenthesis matching
              o regular expression searching
              o restricted or unlimited undo
              o ability to change font
              o easy entry of control codes
              o xterm-like keymap feature
              o easy runtime setting of selected preferences (resources)
              o both brief and comprehensive (hypertext) on-line help
              o server mode with cooperating client programs
              o optional extension language using Tcl
              o optional Xaw3d widget set compatability
              o collection of reusable widgets that embody  the  functionality  of
           aXe
    
           By  default  aXe  provides  a menu interface to some common Text Widget
           operations and most of its extra features. An  optional  button  inter-
           face, in which there is one button present for every static menu entry,
           can be selected via the keyword -buttons, or by setting the  top  level
           resource buttons.  A reduced button interface is configurable.
    
           Individual file names on the command line will be allocated to separate
           windows. A list of file names introduced by the keyword -buffer will be
           allocated to buffers belonging to the same window (an older, still sup-
           ported feature, enables the same to be achieved by quoting the list  of
           names).  Note  that  files destined for individual windows must precede
           those for buffers if the -buffer keyword is used. An initial number  of
           windows  to open can be specified on the command line by using the key-
           word -windows or by giving the top level  resource  windows  a  numeric
           value.   The  value of windows is ignored if the files specified on the
           command line require more than that number of windows.
    
           If a top level geometry resource is provided, e.g. by using the toolkit
           keyword -geometry, then the width and height fields will be interpreted
           edged.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           xedit(1), Athena Widget (Xaw) documentation
    
    
    

    AUTHOR

           Jim Wight (j.k.wight@newcastle.ac.uk)
           Department  of  Computing  Science,  University of Newcastle, Newcastle
           upon Tyne, UK, NE1 7RU
    
    
    

    aXe Release 6.0 January 1994 AXE(1x)

    
    
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