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SupraText Open Source .Net Editor ... here it is (!)

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Ok, here's what I did all day ( besides baking an Eggplant Parmesan ).

The SupraText Editor version 0.0001a :

http://home.earthlink.net/~jabailo/W...s%20SupraText/
Take down the binary and the four sample files here:

http://home.earthlink.net/~jabailo/W...t/bin/Release/

And run it in its own folder.

0. Select text in the middle window.
1. Drag a named anchor from the left hand window
2. Click on a different file in the right hand window.
I'm also building a mono version, but right now I'm more adept at VS.net so
I wanted to build the 0.1 version in VS.net and then re-engineer it in
monodevelop.

The idea of a SupraText editor is to build highly congruent, linked, text
oriented web sites.

The text and the hyperlink between the HTML pages becomes the main
structural component.

Well, it's not much to look at, but it's already helping me design my new
website ;)

Comments: jabailo@THIRDPLANETFROMSUN_link.net ( replace CAPS of course )


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Jeff Relf wrote:
Hi Spare Change,

Re: Your .Net Editor, version .0001a
http://home.earthlink.net/~jabailo/W...s%20SupraText/ ,

I scanned through your .CS files. And I ran the .EXE file.

You wrote: <<

The idea of a SupraText editor is to build highly congruent,
linked, text oriented web sites.

The text and the hyperlink between the HTML pages
becomes the main structural component. >>

I think my home page ( http://www.Cotse.NET/users/jeffrelf/ )
achieves the same thing using a plain-text editor
and a few Very simple HTML tags...
Well your only working with one page.

The point here is for sites ( and also to encourage that ) that might have
many pages and to have those pages be highly entangled.


Giving it an almost Usenet-like feel to it.

But then again, maybe I'm missing something.

P.S.

jabailo@THIRDPLANETFROMSUN_link.net is very confusing,

JABailo @ EarthLink .NET would be much clearer...

or get Cotse.NET which allows you to create on-the-fly
aliases like: Us****@JABailo.EarthLink.NET

That way you can pass out working aliases
yet still trash any that might become problematic.
( Plus you can use it on most any LAN, as it's a virtual ISP )


Jul 21 '05 #2

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Hi Spare Change,

Re: Your .Net Editor, version .0001a
http://home.earthlink.net/~jabailo/W...s%20SupraText/ ,

I scanned through your .CS files. And I ran the .EXE file.

You wrote: <<

The idea of a SupraText editor is to build highly congruent,
linked, text oriented web sites.

The text and the hyperlink between the HTML pages
becomes the main structural component. >>

I think my home page ( http://www.Cotse.NET/users/jeffrelf/ )
achieves the same thing using a plain-text editor
and a few Very simple HTML tags...

Giving it an almost Usenet-like feel to it.

But then again, maybe I'm missing something.

P.S.

jabailo@THIRDPLANETFROMSUN_link.net is very confusing,

JABailo @ EarthLink .NET would be much clearer...

or get Cotse.NET which allows you to create on-the-fly
aliases like: Us****@JABailo.EarthLink.NET

That way you can pass out working aliases
yet still trash any that might become problematic.
( Plus you can use it on most any LAN, as it's a virtual ISP )
Jul 21 '05 #3

P: n/a
Jeff Relf wrote:
Hi Spare Change,

Re: Your .Net Editor, version .0001a
http://home.earthlink.net/~jabailo/W...s%20SupraText/ ,

I scanned through your .CS files. And I ran the .EXE file.

You wrote: <<

The idea of a SupraText editor is to build highly congruent,
linked, text oriented web sites.

The text and the hyperlink between the HTML pages
becomes the main structural component. >>

I think my home page ( http://www.Cotse.NET/users/jeffrelf/ )
achieves the same thing using a plain-text editor
and a few Very simple HTML tags...
Well your only working with one page.

The point here is for sites ( and also to encourage that ) that might have
many pages and to have those pages be highly entangled.


Giving it an almost Usenet-like feel to it.

But then again, maybe I'm missing something.

P.S.

jabailo@THIRDPLANETFROMSUN_link.net is very confusing,

JABailo @ EarthLink .NET would be much clearer...

or get Cotse.NET which allows you to create on-the-fly
aliases like: Us****@JABailo.EarthLink.NET

That way you can pass out working aliases
yet still trash any that might become problematic.
( Plus you can use it on most any LAN, as it's a virtual ISP )


Jul 21 '05 #4

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