The Termlet Editors is a set of small applications that launch Mac OS X's built-in text editors (Emacs, Vim and Nano) in a Terminal Window. The Editor Termlets can be launched from the Finder or Dock via drag and drop or using "Open With..." from the Finder's context menu.
The Termlets Editors are developed by Chuck Houpt of Homo Habilis Associates. Please send bug reports and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mac OS X 10.3.9+ (PPC or Intel)
Customizing the Editor Termlet Windows
Like all Termlets, an editors default window can be customized for font, color, size, and background image.
- Launch the Editor and select "Show Info" from Terminal's File menu.
- Adjust the Display, Color and Window setting as desired.
- Select File>Save to save the Editor's settings (replacing the existing file).
Of course, the Editor Termlets are not the only way to access these editors from the Mac OS X desktop. Both Emacs and Vim have several full GUI ports: