[Oberon] Oberon Digest, Vol 104, Issue 2
soren.renner at gmail.com
Tue Dec 4 16:27:24 CET 2012
I know what it is. I used to use it. I am not "nobody". Join the 3rd
millenium and use AOS though -- both of you!
On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 11:00 AM, <oberon-request at lists.inf.ethz.ch> wrote:
> Let's state WHY one would want to do this: because Linux offers a much
> set of utilities, but ETHO has superior text handling tools, so you want to
> have linux's access to the outer-world plus ETHO's ability to handle the
> text, both on the same screen.
> > Responsiveness was poor and the screen "real estate" in Oberon was a
> OK, but does this new-one give reliable simple [minimum steps] switching
> and how
> can it improve the screen-area-utilisation?
> Does it allow one of the ETHO TextFrames to be a Linux-terminal, and allow
> copy-paste between that TextFrame and the other ETHO TextFrames?
> > Consequently the VNC combination of Oberon and Linux wasn't distinctively
> > helpful.
> Me too, I stopped using it.
> > More recently I happened to find incron in Linux and based a simple
> > task server on it. It's effective and I use it frequently. In Web page
> > developement for example, I edit in Oberon send the document to Debian
> > by FTP. Immediately the rendered page appears.
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