on suggestion of a user of my text editor, I adapted it for Haiku.
It’s a text-mode (command line) editor with extensive Unicode support, menus and mouse control.
It’s user interface is much more intuitive and user-friendly than that of legacy command line editors.
The version updated for Haiku can be downloaded from http://sf.net/projects/mined
I’ve had a few issues with porting that I’d like to mention:
I assume these are the proper directories to install a command-line tool:
I guess this does not apply to command-line applications, but according to
applications should install into /boot/common/apps/ or /boot/home/apps/
- however, these directories do not exist in the Haiku system I got installed
(there is /Haiku/apps instead).
There is a bug in Haiku sed which I should probably report to the tracker system.
And there are a number of problems and deficiencies with the Haiku Terminal application which I should probably also post to the tracker system.