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Re: Problem with e3c on mipsel
> Hi, I compiled e3c for mipsel cpu,
> it works fine, but I'm unable to save
> any file.
> It writes to the bottom line in e3c :
> ERROR 2
Due help of Chr.Ostheimer (thanks!) e3c should
compile and run on mipsel cpu very well
starting in release 2.6.3 (aka 2.63) .
All the best,
Re: nice little editor; watch out for file permissions bug
> I found one possible bug: when the
> editor saves a file, it creates a new
> file which has permissions modified by
> umask; this results in unexpected change
> to the permissions on the file. The
> "backup" of the saved file is
> not affected.
This is fixed in release 2.42.
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