[NCSA-discuss] editors in windows, Mac
leo at ivc.com
Mon Feb 4 09:06:41 EST 2008
In winders you need to change the startup directory for an application.
1 select properties for the icon. Usually right select, then props.
2. change the working path or startup folder to be c:\docs and
See if that works. It used to be there so I assume there is something
like this from Win 3.1 to vista.
(And imho vi is not that hard for basic editing. If you treat them
(kids) like it is hard. The it will be hard)
A. Michael Salim wrote:
> c:\Program Files\ is a good default for where the binaries and config
> files are stored, but all user created content should normally be stored
> under "My Documents" as a Windows convention (which is the same as
> "C:\Documents and Settings\UserName" as you correctly noted).
> best regards
>> Thanks everyone. I've downloaded all the suggestions, tested
>> them and written them up for the class. There's plenty of
>> choice now for simple editors.
>> I notice that two of the windows editors want you to save
>> the files in c:\Program Files\EditorName
>> This seems a really bad default to me.
>> I expect I should save development files in a directory like
>> python_project under either "My Documents" or "Documents and
>> Settings"\UserName. Is that where they go?
>> Thanks Joe
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