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Is the editor in Xcode replaceable with something decent, such as Emacs? Sure it's possible to start a terminal window, but then the integration is lost. I mean something like double click on a cpp file and then Emacs starts... Is it possible?...

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    Is the editor in Xcode replaceable with something decent, such as Emacs?
    Sure it's possible to start a terminal window, but then the integration is lost.

    I mean something like double click on a cpp file and then Emacs starts...
    Is it possible?



    Mike Guest

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    Default Re: Xcode editor

    On 2003-10-29 10:51:16 -0800, (null) said:
     

    XCode Preferences->File Types

    There you can specify which editor you would like to open various file types. You can specify different editors for different file types. Emacs is on the list of external editors that pops up. SubEthaEdit (TEFKAH) is the other. There is limited support for BBEdit, vi and others.

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    Larry Guest

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    Default Re: Xcode editor

     
    >
    > XCode Preferences->File Types
    >
    > There you can specify which editor you would like to open various file types. You can specify different editors for different[/ref]
    file types. 

    Wonderful! Thanks for the info. I must get my hands on Xcode as soon as possible.
    But it's only compatible with 10.3 right? Is the update from 10.2 to 10.3 not free?

    M


    Mike Guest

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    Default Re: Xcode editor

    In article <O03ob.35546$telia.net>,
    "Mike" <com> wrote:
     
    > >
    > > XCode Preferences->File Types
    > >
    > > There you can specify which editor you would like to open various file
    > > types. You can specify different editors for different[/ref]
    > file types. 
    >
    > Wonderful! Thanks for the info. I must get my hands on Xcode as soon as
    > possible.
    > But it's only compatible with 10.3 right? Is the update from 10.2 to 10.3 not
    > free?[/ref]

    This same preference is part of Project Builder, and emacs has been a
    supported editor since 10.2, as I recall. So if that's all you're
    excited about, you're already set. Xcode has some other nice things
    about it, though. It only works with 10.3 as far as I know. (There was a
    developer preview of Xcode that worked with Jaguar but no final
    version.) The upgrade is not free.
    Michael Guest

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    > This same preference is part of Project Builder, and emacs has been a 

    Hm, well yeah kind of. It opens two terminal windows and starts Emacs
    in one of them, but doesn't load the file. Maybe some of my settings are bad somewhere.
     

    OK.

    M


    Mike Guest

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