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Manual Reference Pages  -  BLUEFISH (1)

NAME

bluefish - editor for experienced web designers and programmers

CONTENTS

Authors

SYNOPSIS

bluefish [[-c|--curwindow] | [-n|--newwindow]] [FILE(S)...]

bluefish {[-?|--help|--help-all|--help-*] | [-v|--Version]}

DESCRIPTION

bluefish is an open-source editor for experienced web designers and programmers, supporting many programming and markup languages, but focusing on creating dynamic and interactive websites.

OPTIONS

bluefish currently supports the following options:
-c, --curwindow
  Open a file in an existing window. This can be used to overwrite the chosen default.
-n, --newwindow
  Open a file in a new window. This can be used to overwrite the chosen default.
-?, --help, --help-*, --help-all
  Print all or just a group of help options. Some of these options may be documented in gtk-options(7) and gnome-options(7).
-v, --Version
  Print version information.

SEE ALSO

gnome-options(7), gtk-options(7)

There is also a manual online at  http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/manual/.

AUTHORS

Daniel Leidert <daniel.leidert@wgdd.de>
  Author and editor.
Michèle Garoche <michele.garoche@easyconnect.fr>
  Author.
Davide Puricelli <evo@debian.org>
  Original author of the manpage written for the Debian system.

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Bluefish Editor 2.0 BLUEFISH (1) 2009-12-16

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