Bluefish... It's A Keeper For HTML Editing - page 3
Casting a Line for an HTML Editor
Bluefish is available in all versions of SUSE Linux. You can use YAST to add the program, if you didn't get it in during system installation.
You can also download Bluefish from the project's Web site. Various formats, such as tar/gz, RPM, and deb are available from the mirror sites.
The mirrors also have archives of older versions of Bluefish.
I've used version pre0.7 for a couple of years now on one of my small Pentium 133 powered web servers. It's a headless machine that I log into remotely for occasional quick page updates. Using ssh with the -X option, the old version of Bluefish pops up on my local notebook screen quickly and without problems. All versions I've used have been very stable and I don't recall ever losing any work because of an application crash.
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