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shortdescription = Ink is the GNUstep editor. | shortdescription = Ink is the GNUstep editor. |
-currentversion = [ftp://ftp.gnustep.org/pub/gnustep/core/gnustep-examples-1.1.0.tar.gz GNUStep Examples 1.1.0]|+currentversion = [ftp://ftp.gnustep.org/pub/gnustep/core/gnustep-examples-1.3.0.tar.gz GNUStep Examples 1.3.0]|
-releasedate = Sep 11, 2006 |+releasedate = Feb 02, 2010 |
license = GPL 2 | license = GPL 2 |
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overview = Ink is a basic editor for rtf(d) and plain text. Its main purpose is to demonstrate how to build a document-centered application by subclassing [[NSDocument]]. | overview = Ink is a basic editor for rtf(d) and plain text. Its main purpose is to demonstrate how to build a document-centered application by subclassing [[NSDocument]]. |
-features = |+features =
 +* printing
 +* spell checker
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maintainer = Fred Kiefer | maintainer = Fred Kiefer |

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Ink is the GNUstep editor.

Current Version: GNUStep Examples 1.3.0

  • Released: Feb 02, 2010
  • Licensed: GPL 2

Overview

Ink is a basic editor for rtf(d) and plain text. Its main purpose is to demonstrate how to build a document-centered application by subclassing NSDocument.

Features

  • printing
  • spell checker

Maintainer

Fred Kiefer

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