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{{Application| {{Application|
shortdescription = A simple code editor for GNUstepers | shortdescription = A simple code editor for GNUstepers |
-currentversion = [ftp://ftp.gnustep.org/pub/gnustep/contrib/Gemas-0.1.tar.gz 0.1] |+currentversion = [http://download.gna.org/gnustep-nonfsf/Gemas-0.4.tar.gz 0.4]|
-releasedate = 15 December, 2010 |+releasedate = Feb 8, 2014 |
license = GPLv3 | license = GPLv3 |
-overview = [[Image:GemasWM.jpg|Gemas.app running on WindowMaker|250px]]+overview = [[Image:GemasWM.jpg|Gemas.app running on WindowMaker|230px]]
-[[Image:GemasGnome.jpg|Gemas.app running on Gnome|250px]]+[[Image:Gemas.jpg|Gemas.app running on Gnome|230px]]
 +[[Image:GemasWindows.jpg|Gemas.app running on Windows 7|230px]]
-This is a simple code editor with highlight syntax and auto indentation. Gemas depends on [ftp://ftp.gnustep.org/pub/gnustep/contrib/HighlighterKit-0.1.tar.gz HighlighterKit] framework of Saso Kiselkov.|+ 
 +This is a simple code editor with highlight syntax and auto indentation. Gemas depends on [[HighlighterKit]] framework of Saso Kiselkov. On Windows, when you launch Gemas, it open a new document for Objective-C. If you want other type of document, create the appropriate new document from menu. This is because currently you can't change the highlight syntax once you open a document. There are also a couple of themes for the syntax highlighter: [http://download.gna.org/gnustep-nonfsf/HKThemes-1.1.tar.gz HKThemes 1.1]|
features = features =
* Highlight syntax for languages C, C++, Obj-C, Obj-C++, GSmarkup. * Highlight syntax for languages C, C++, Obj-C, Obj-C++, GSmarkup.
-* Highlight syntax to edit Strings, Plist, GNUmakefile and ChangeLog files.+* Highlight syntax to edit Strings, Plist, GNUmakefile, ChangeLog files and Plain text.
* Auto indentation. * Auto indentation.
 +* Autocomplete.
* Double click above a parentheses to select all code inside these. * Double click above a parentheses to select all code inside these.
* Emacs compatibility (this means that you can see correctly the indentation of a file you wrote on Emacs). * Emacs compatibility (this means that you can see correctly the indentation of a file you wrote on Emacs).
* Go to Line Panel. * Go to Line Panel.
-* Preferences Panel to change some colors and configuration. |+* Preferences Panel to change colors, editor size, font, Highlighter theme, ...
-maintainer = [mailto:german@xelalug.org Germán A. Arias] |+* Menu options ''App'' and ''Tool'' to create a simple App or Tool |
-relatedlinks = < ... > |+maintainer = [mailto:germanandre@gmx.es Germán A. Arias] |
 +relatedlinks = [http://www.gnustep.org/softwareindex/showdetail.php?app=123 Gemas at Software Index]
 +[http://home.gna.org/gnustep-nonfsf/gemas.html Official Website]|
category = [[Category: Development Applications]] category = [[Category: Development Applications]]
}} }}

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A simple code editor for GNUstepers

Current Version: 0.4

  • Released: Feb 8, 2014
  • Licensed: GPLv3

Overview

Gemas.app running on WindowMaker Gemas.app running on Gnome Gemas.app running on Windows 7


This is a simple code editor with highlight syntax and auto indentation. Gemas depends on HighlighterKit framework of Saso Kiselkov. On Windows, when you launch Gemas, it open a new document for Objective-C. If you want other type of document, create the appropriate new document from menu. This is because currently you can't change the highlight syntax once you open a document. There are also a couple of themes for the syntax highlighter: HKThemes 1.1

Features

  • Highlight syntax for languages C, C++, Obj-C, Obj-C++, GSmarkup.
  • Highlight syntax to edit Strings, Plist, GNUmakefile, ChangeLog files and Plain text.
  • Auto indentation.
  • Autocomplete.
  • Double click above a parentheses to select all code inside these.
  • Emacs compatibility (this means that you can see correctly the indentation of a file you wrote on Emacs).
  • Go to Line Panel.
  • Preferences Panel to change colors, editor size, font, Highlighter theme, ...
  • Menu options App and Tool to create a simple App or Tool

Maintainer

Germán A. Arias

Related Links

Gemas at Software Index Official Website