ez—for the Programmer
This template file also controls the colors and fonts you first saw in Figure 1. While editing the template file, select Edit Styles on the File menu card. This opens a second window used to define the attributes of data within this template. Start by selecting the <No Menu> field in the upper left-hand corner. To the right you will see keywords which correspond to aspects of the language (comment, function, etc.). Select one of these and other attributes like the font and size, color, spacing, etc., will be shown. Using these you can change any attribute you'd like. This change will not become effective until you save the template and then edit a new source file. It does not take effect for files which you are already editing.
Just as with the text documents, ez will print the source program as you see it on the screen, including the fonts. Regardless of the colors you display your source with, printing uses a black foreground on a white background (as you'd expect). The preview process uses ghost-view to display the PostScript document that is generated.
A mailing list is available at email@example.com (mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for subscriptions). The newsgroup comp.soft-sys.andrew is dedicated to the discussion of AUIS. A World Wide Web home page can be found at http://www.cs.cmu.edu:8001:/afs/cs.cmu.edu/project/ atk-ftp/web/andrew-home.html. A book, Multimedia Application Development with the Andrew Toolkit, has been published by Prentice-Hall (ISBN 0-13-036633-1). An excellent tutorial is available from the Consortium by sending mail to email@example.com and asking about the manual, A User's Guide to AUIS.
Terry Gliedt (firstname.lastname@example.org) left Big Blue last year after spending over twenty years with IBM. Although he has worked with Un*x and AUIS for over six years, he is a relative newcomer to Linux. Terry does contract programming, teaches classes in C/C++ and Unix and writes the occasional technical document.
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