Steve & Patti Getzinger
Wed, 21 Mar 2001 15:07:46 -0500
There is somewhat of an equivalent to FP in the wings. Unfortunately I am the
only person working on it at this time so progress goes slow. I am hoping for a
BETA release some time near June of this year which will be basically not much
more than a glorified text editor. It is being designed specifically for
editing of an Interchange site/sites. And as usual I am taking any help anyone
wants to provide. You can view the project at:
I also submitted it to sourceforge and was approved but at this point have had
problem logging in to their site. I am hoping to get some help from other
"F. James Rohlf" wrote:
> I seemed to have touched a raw nerve!
> Yes, I am a programmer! I started using SOAP (an assembly language) on the
> IBM 650 in 1958. I have gone through _many_ languages since then. I also am
> quite comfortable in HTML etc. However, when there is a tool that saves time
> I use it. I want to get the job done. Developing an entire website in an
> ASCII editor is possible (I have done it to learn) but it is a waste of time
> for routine use when _real_ HTML editors offer so many conveniences.
> I asked the question because I thought there might be enough usage of IC
> that someone would have developed special add-on tools for one of the HTML
> editors. I take it that the answer is 'no'.
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