When I was using a Linux laptop as my dev machine, I used to do 'gedit xxxx' in a Terminal. Now I just switched to MacBook, I d like to do the same thing. I know that I can open gedit in a command line like 'open gedit', but can I add the file name? Otherwise I have to use vim. I am not a fan of vim.
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- Aug 19, 2020 This free Mac application was originally produced by The GNOME Project. The file size of the latest installation package available for download is 22.3 MB. The unique ID for this program's bundle is org.gnome.gedit. The latest version of the program can be installed on Mac OS X 10.4 or later.
Java Runtime version 1.6 (aka Java 6) or later is required for jEdit 4.4 and later.
Java Runtime version 1.7 (aka Java 7) or later is required for jEdit 5.2 and later.
Java Runtime version 1.8 (aka Java 8) or later is required for jEdit 5.4 and later.
Java Runtime version 11 (aka Java 11) or later is required for jEdit 5.6 and later.
Before installing jEdit, make sure you have a compatible Java virtual machine; see the compatibility page for details.
Option 1 - manual download and install on any OS
|Stable version: jEdit 5.6.0 Changes|
|Download:||Java-based installer||3.7 MiB||(For any operating system)|
|Windows Installer||4.8 MiB|
|OS X package||5.5 MiB|
|Debian package||4.9 MiB|
|Slackware package||4.9 MiB|
|User's guide||0.6 MiB||(PDF with A4 paper, 149 pages)|
|User's guide||0.6 MiB||(PDF with US letter paper, 159 pages)|
|Source code||2.5 MiB|
|Daily Builds: jEdit 5.7pre1 (development trunk) Changes|
Gedit For Mac Download
Note: the above links are not to the files themselves, but ratherto pages where you can select a download mirror. Do not use yourbrowser's 'Download Link' command on the above links.
Installation instructions are available for the following operating systems:
Using the Java-based installerIf you would like to write installation instructions for a platformnot listed here, e-mail me.
Option 2 - easy install on some flavors of *nix
- FreeBSD users can find install jEdit from the ports collection by running:
- Gentoo Linuxusers can install jEdit from the portage tree by running
- To install jEdit via Debian Linux
apt-get(this is also for any Debian based Distros like Ubuntu),add the following line to your
Then, just run
apt-get update, followed by
apt-get install jedit.
The repository is now also secured and signed. To verify the packagesyou have to install the public key with which the repository is signed.This can be done by invoking
apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys E6A233DBE3AFBEFC
If you prefer manual installation of .deb files you can also download theDebian packagemanually.
- If you use apt4rpm, urpmi, or a similar tool with an RPM-based Linuxdistribution,you can automatically stay up to date with the latest version of jEditusing the JPackage RPM repository.
Problems?If you encounter a problem while installing jEdit, take a look atthe Frequently Asked Questions. If thatdoesn't help with your problem, post to themailing lists.
|Original author(s)||John A Nairn|
|Initial release||December 7, 1998; 21 years ago|
|Operating system||Mac OS X (10.4 or higher)|
|Available in||Multilingual (6)|
GEDitCOM is genealogy software for the Mac OS X. The program provides methods to input, manipulate and view information about a family history. It includes options to produce charts depicting family relationships and to produce Web pages for publishing a family history online.
GEDitCOM has native support of GEDCOM files, and is customizable and extensible through Applescript, Python, or Ruby.
- GEDitCOM II
GEDitCOM II v1.0 was released 7 June 2009 and was a complete rewrite of GEDitCOM 3.82 as a universal binary Cocoa-based application, which runs under OS X 10.4 and higher.
- GEDitCOM (Classic)
Gedit For Mac Os Xp
GEDitCOM v1.0 was released 7 December 1998, with the final version 3.82 released on 7 June 2009 which runs on MacOS 8.1 or newer.
- GEDitCOM Version 2.0
The most significant changes were the introduction of 'Extensions' (or GEDitCOM II plug ins), dynamic editing in trees, and redesigned help window
Supported languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish.
- ^Professor John A. Nairn
- ^GEDitCOM Version History, Wayback Archive
- ^GEDitCOM II Release Notes
- ^GEDitCOM 3.x review
- ^GEDitCOM II Scripting Tutorials
- ^GEDitCOM II Release Notes
- ^GEDitCOM for PowerMac, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter--9 February 1999
- ^Wayback Archive of Old Website
- ^Journal of Online Genealogy - Volume 3, Number 5, December 1998 - Software Trends - GEDitCOM 1.0 for the Power Macintosh, By John Nairn Wayback Archive
- ^GEDitCOM legacy web site.
- ^GEDitCOM Legacy Downloads
- ^MacAttack, 12/1/2001, By Allison Stacy, Third-party review (of GEDitCOM, not GEDitCOM II), Family Tree Magazine.
- ^GEDitCOM II Release Notes, Version 2.0 (released 17 Aug 2014)
- ^GEDitCOM II Interfaces, Supported languages: E=English, Fr=French, Sp=Spanish, P=Portuguese, Fi=Finnish, Sw=Swedish.
- Third party scripts/add-ons - for GEDitCOM II.