Created attachment 188826 [details]
A small and easy to use console text editor, featuring
- Multiple buffers/tabs
- Unlimited undo/redo
- Search and replace
- Syntax highlighting
- Customizable color schemes
- Customizable key bindings
- Command language with auto-completion
- Jump to definition (using ctags)
- Jump to compiler error
portlint -ACN: OK
poudriere testport: OK (11a, 10i)
make test: passes
NOTE: we already had editors/dte (https://www.freshports.org/editors/dte) which has expired on 2007-01-04. This port has the same name but no relation to the expired one (different software, different authors).
Created attachment 188837 [details]
Change TEST_TARGET to "check"
Is this any relation to the editors/dte that was previously
in the ports tree?
dte A text editor which uses many of the shortcuts used in MSDOS EDIT
DTE is a simple text editor written by Doug Thompson from
Monash university in Victoria, Australia.
DTE supports many of the key shortcuts used in MSDOS EDIT.
DTE also makes a nice composer for email messages, as an alternative
to vi or pico.
Even if it's not. This may pose a problem.
Policy has generally been that in such cases, a name
alteration of the new port is required.
But I'll let a commiter weigh in on that tho. :-)
There's no relation to the editors/dte (as already mentioned in the Description above :)
(In reply to Dmitri Goutnik from comment #3)
> There's no relation to the editors/dte (as already mentioned in the
> Description above :)
Committed, thanks for your submission!
A commit references this bug:
Date: Mon Dec 18 22:52:22 UTC 2017
New revision: 456692
New port: editors/dte: Small and easy to use console text editor
Submitted by: Dmitri Goutnik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Approved by: adamw (mentor)
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D13498