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29 Dec 2001 06:49 jeffcovey

Re: Any reason to have an appindex for Pico ?
Well, it's popular enough by itself that people come looking for it.
:)

29 Dec 2001 01:08 fredlwm

Any reason to have an appindex for Pico ?
I don't think you can download it separately from Pine...

26 May 2001 22:06 neonman

Re: love it

I installed Pine and Pico for my users.
Is there a Pico tutorial? Or at least a man-page?
I'd like to have
a link on my user software page. I know it's
sposta be self-explanatory, but a tutorial will
make them feel loved.

26 May 2001 22:02 neonman

Re: Real geeks use vi

> Vi was the first editior I learned. Its
> not that hard if your willing to read
> the entire chapter in your
> ${POSIX_COMPLIANT_OS_YOU_MOST_PREFER}
> book on it


The one true vi tutorial is ``An Introduction to
Display Editing With Vi'' by Joy and Horton.
Here. (http://docs.freebsd.org/44doc/usd/12.vi/paper.html)
Vi makes no sense until you have read that!
However, a few grams of mushrooms may also help.

21 Jun 2000 12:42 justman

Real geeks use vi
Vi was the first editior I learned. Its not that hard if your willing to read the entire chapter in your ${POSIX_COMPLIANT_OS_YOU_MOST_PREFER} book on it

15 Apr 2000 13:50 dilusion

love it
I love PICO. :) But what's the "coding for beginners" thing? I just coded *all* of the freshmeat scripts in perl (since fm isn't releasing their php3 code), in PICO.

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