configure/make/install options for compiling applications from
landonf at macports.org
Thu Sep 21 11:41:18 PDT 2006
On Sep 21, 2006, at 10:48, Mark Duling wrote:
> "Daniel J. Luke" <dluke at geeklair.net> writes:
>> EDITOR is an environment variable that port uses to decide which text
>> editor to invoke when you type 'port edit foo'
>> With bash, you'd want to do something like 'export EDITOR=nano' (or
>> vi or emacs or whatever)
>> We could probably have it default to nano if no editor is specified,
> Oooh. That would be nice for people who are new to Unix, and also
> for us
> who assist them. Could that be put on the TODO list, wherever it is?
Seeing as Wolfgang Keller was whining about not being Mac-like, why
not go all the way?
TextMate and BBEdit have command line tools ('mate' and 'bbedit')
that launch the GUI editor.
Only half jokingly,
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