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Since the mailing list archive isn’t much in the way of searchable or at least doesn’t seem to be well indexed by search engines I will be keeping a series of posts on my blog with some of the “newer” and more interesting Jed issues as well as various configuration stuff I’ve found useful. Most of you have probably already noticed other posts covering this text editor. When one is working in a terminal it is one of the better ones. I put “newer” in quotes because many times they are old issues which someone just stumbled into and most of the gray cells containing knowledge of the solution sacrificed themselves to Chardonnay or some other enjoyable form of alcohol. Let’s get all of the offensive text editor comments out…

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Copying from a thumb drive into our Termux world takes a bit of doing. It’s actually yet another “expert friendly” part of Android. If you don’t already know where things go you can’t find them. I had an 8 Gig thumb drive in my Android 2 in 1 while doing the other Termux stuff. I mention that because I don’t know if the Android device did it or running the program to make storage available did, but an Android directory tree was created out there with a directory for each application. Yes, I know, many people don’t know they aren’t folders, they are directories. An entire generation has grown up not understanding disk storage. I’m glad I didn’t start with a 64 Gig thumb like I tried later. Android, when…

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I thought  posted this once before, but it doesn’t show up in the search utility so here we go again. The file .jedrc can either be in your home directory or it can be in $HOME/.jed depending on your distro. % .jedrc require (“keydefs”); require (“cua”); require (“wmark.sl”); % if you need to findout what code a key generates in your terminal % invoke jed as follows % % jed -l keycode -f keycode % % Some terminals send \e0H for both Home and Ctrl-Home % Some terminals send \e0F for both End and Ctrl-End % Sometimes you need to unset \eo  %unsetkey (“\e0”); setkey (“beg_of_buffer”, “\e[1;5H” ); setkey (“end_of_buffer”, “\e[1;5F” ); c_set_style(“linux”); WRAP_INDENTS = 0;  % turn off auto-indent so pasting into buffer doesn’t get wonky USE_TABS = 0;…

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