R6 IDE on Linux?

Steven H. Rogers <>
Fri Feb 25 12:46:18 CET 2000

Torbjorn Tornkvist wrote:
> xerl is a very old and obsolete application. I suggest you use
> your favorite editor and a seperate Erlang shell to compile/run
> your programs. ...
I don't normally use IDE's, but I thought I'd give it a try.  My 
favorite editor is NEdit.  Does anyone know of an Erlang pattern
highlight file is available for NEdit?

-- Steve

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