• Subject: Re: GUI source editors
  • From: Richard Baird <rbbaird@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Dec 1997 10:23:30 -0500
  • Organization: Premium Systems, Inc.

Bob Crothers wrote:
> I know there is a fairly popular GUI (WinTel based) source
> editor for the as/400 but can not remember the name of it.
> I want to say "Flex Edit".  Is that what I am thinking about?
>  Does anybody know what their web site is?
> My primary intererest is for ILE/C, but what ever I get must
> also work with OPM/RPG and ILE/RPG and of course CL.
> It also must work over a TCP/IP connection and be able to run
> under Windows NT v4.0.  Preferably, with NO router required.
> I have Code/400 but it seems rather "buggy" (V3R7 and Cume
> C7252370) and requires the SNA router.

Aldon's flex/Edit - I've heard nothing but good things about it.

it runs (or at least used to) as a template of  Codewrite for windows
source editor, and handles all the languages you listed.  

I believe it's in the $500 per seat price range.


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