SYNOPSISpluma [OPTIONS...] [FILES...]
DESCRIPTIONPluma is the official text editor of the MATE desktop environment. While aiming at simplicity and ease of use, Pluma is a powerful general purpose text editor. It can be used to create and edit all sorts of text files.
Pluma features a flexible plugin system which can be used to dynamically add new advanced features to Pluma itself.
This manual page briefly documents the pluma command.
- Specifies the file to open when pluma starts. If this is not specified, pluma will start a new, blank file with an "Unsaved Document" label. Multiple files can be loaded if they are separated by spaces. pluma also supports handling of remote files.
- X display to use.
- Set the character encoding to be used for opening the files listed on the command line.
- Create a new toplevel window in an existing instance of pluma.
- Create a new document in an existing instance of pluma, on the last Pluma window that had focus.
- For the first file, go to the line specified by "num" (do not insert a space between the "+" sign and the number). If "num" is missing, go to the last line.
- Display list of possible values for the encoding option and exit
- Output version information and exit
- -?, -h, --help
- Print standard command line options.
- Print all command line options.
This program also accepts the standard GTK options.
EXAMPLESpluma --encoding WINDOWS-1252 ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/README
- Open the Linux Kernel README file from kernel.org's FTP server using Windows-1252 character encoding.
pluma +156 http://mate-desktop.org/
- Open the main web page of mate-desktop.org and jump to line 156.
pluma --new-window ~/.bashrc ~/.bash_history
Open the current users .bashrc and .bash_history files in a new Pluma window.
Should you encounter any bugs, they may be reported at:http://github.com/mate-desktop/pluma/issues
NOTESThis version of the Pluma Manual Page was written with Pluma. =)
This Man Page has been updated/re-written for the MATE Desktop Environment by:Adam Erdman <[email protected]> (2014)
Some portions of this manual were originally written by Gedit's previous developers, to accompany it in the GNOME Desktop Environment by:
Paolo Maggi <[email protected]> Paolo Borelli <[email protected]> James Willcox <[email protected]> Federico Mena Quintero <[email protected]> Chema Celorio (2000-2010)
Pluma documentation can be found from the Help menu, or by pressing the F1 key.Further information may also be available at: http://wiki.mate-desktop.org/docs