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SVN permissions editor

As far as I know all SVN path-based permissions have to be manually entered in a text file. Does anyone know if there is a nice editor for SVN path-based permissions? By "nice" I mean UI appealing ...
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Listserv Editor role mail address

I am using Listserv 15.5 and I would like to use a mailing list address as editor mail address, however Listserv explicitely warns one from using a mailing list address: Important Note: The first ...
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psql editor setting on Ubuntu

The situation is the following. This is an Ubuntu box: Linux ns3mx3 2.6.32-41-server #89-Ubuntu SMP Fri Apr 27 22:33:31 UTC 2012 x86_64 GNU/Linux Which means that when I first issue \e in psql, ...
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very simple ajax .txt editor [closed]

I'm loking for a very simple script in ajax that does nothing but edit a text file. My dream would be to find something that edits a file with an interface similar to what e.g. about:config in ...
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How to use a local (OSX) editor to edit remote (RHEL) files?

What's an easy way to be able to edit remote files such as bash scripts? Currently I'm using Vim on the server, but that's obviously not ideal, particularly when lag is noticeable. On Windows, I'd ...
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Textmate alternative with vim?

Is there a way to use the vim editor like the mac textmate editor ? I am searching a easy configuration or plugin. a split screen or a panel for directorys currently opend files or many cool ...
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WAMP Server 2.1: Change default text editor [closed]

I want to use Notepad++ to open my httpd.conf and php.ini configuration files and have associated those file types in Windows to Notepad++; opening those documents via windows opens Notepad++. But ...
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How to keep the top lines of a file while scrolling down the page in vi editor

I have a file opened with vim, how do I keep the top 10 header lines at the top all the time while I scroll down the page?
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Opened 5GB text file in Pico Text Editor, server crashed, SSH no reponse, pinging works [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Opened 5GB text file in Pico Text Editor, server crashed, SSH no reponse, pinging works Just opened 5GB text file in Pico Text Editor.. server crashed.. SSH gives no ...
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Opened 5GB text file in Pico Text Editor, server crashed, SSH no reponse, pinging works

Just opened 5GB text file in Pico Text Editor.. server crashed.. SSH gives no reponse, pinging still works. Will the server recover on its own? And how long will this take? The server has 6GB ram. Or ...
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issues to inspect a long text file in unix

If I run sudo pico /var/log/lighttpd/website/error.log I get a very long file, and I cannot see last lines. If I run: sudo tail -f /var/log/lighttpd/website/error.log | awk '{print $1 "--" $2}' ...
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How can I change the default crontab editor

Can I change the default crontab editor to vi editor? If so, how?
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Linux terminal-based CSV or TSV editor - command-line Calc?

I'm trying to find a command line editor (or vim plugin) for large CSV or TSV files that will fix the width of cells and keep the row and column headers in view so I can move between cells and edit ...
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Notepad/Edit equivalent for Linux command line

I'm looking for a simple text editor that I can use from the command line in Linux to edit files. I'm used to editing files in windows, so I'm looking for something with the same keyboard interface. ...
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how to edit remote linux server files?

I use putty to login remote linux servers to run programs. Currently I use emacs to edit the files. But the key is a little different for windows(like i cannot use backspace and del key is actually ...
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vi syntax to comment out non-commented lines (cron)

Anyone know if it's possible in vi to replace only uncommented/non-blank lines with comments? If I want to replace a commented line with something I know I can use :%s/^#/##foo##/g -- but I am ...
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Best terminal unix editor to suggest to someone? [closed]

What's the best terminal editor to suggest to a unix newbie? i.e. not vim or emacs. There are a few editors, joe, nano, etc. Some have easy to remember commands / keyboard shortcuts, others don't. ...
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how can I edit text files while on telnet service of windows 2003 japanese

I want to edit text files on logging-in windows telnet service with terminal emulator like putty notepad? of course not. I tried vim for win32 console but it is worthless. edlin? oh no. please let me ...
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vim re-edit as root

I often open a file in vim, make some changes and when it's time to save the file is read-only.. (owned by another user). I'm looking for tips on how I could re-open the file as root and keep my ...