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Looking for a good Linux text editor for Verilog design

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Hi all,

I'm looking for a good text editor for verilog design. gVim & Emacs have too long learning curve.
Do you have to propose some convinient text editor for Linux platform?
 

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Re: Text Editor [Linux]

Trust me, if you're serious about HDL design (on any platform) then learn to use emacs. You should be able to learn enough to be productive in a few hours, and it will save you time in the long run.
 

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Text Editor [Linux]

don't give up vi(vim), it's the best. try it.
 

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Text Editor [Linux]

you can try nedit or kate.
 

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Re: Text Editor [Linux]

you can use joe. It's easy to use.

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