Sam (text editor)
Sam is a multi-file text editor based on structural regular expressions. It was originally designed in the early 1980s at Bell Labs by Rob Pike with the help of Ken Thompson and other Unix developers...
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Mined (text editor)
MinEd (pronounced min-ed) is a terminal-based text editor providing extensive Unicode and CJK support, available under the GPL.Mined is available for Unix and Linux, Windows and DOS systems, and is in...
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Nvi
nvi (new vi) is a re-implementation of the classic Berkeley text editor, ex/vi, traditionally distributed with BSD and, later, Unix systems. It was originally distributed as part of the Fourth Berkele...
SlickEdit
SlickEdit, previously known as Visual SlickEdit, is a cross-platform commercial source code editor by SlickEdit, Inc. SlickEdit provides syntax highlighting, code navigation and customizable keyboard ...
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GNU Zile
Zile is a free software, Lua-based toolkit for developing text editors. Zile stands for Zile Implements Lua Editors.Originally written in C by Sandro Sigala, it is now rewritten in Lua and maintained...
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ActiveState Komodo
Komodo Edit is a free text editor for dynamic programming languages. It was introduced in January 2007 to complement Active State's commercial Komodo IDE. With the release of version 4.3, Komodo Edit ...
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Zmacs
Zmacs is one of the many variants of the Emacs text editor. Zmacs was written for the MIT Lisp machine and runs on its descendants (Symbolics Genera, LMI Lambda, TI Explorer). Zmacs is written in Lisp...
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Yudit
Yudit is a Unicode text editor for the X Window System. It was first released on 1997-11-08. It can do TrueType font rendering, printing, transliterated keyboard input and handwriting recognition with...
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Hey Emacs
Emacs /ˈiːmæks/ and its derivatives are a family of text editors that are characterized by their extensibility. The manual for the most widely used variant, GNU Emacs, describes it as "the extensible,...
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Learning the vi and Vim Editors
Learning the vi and Vim Editors, is a tutorial book for the vi and vim text editors written by Arnold Robbins, Elbert Hannah, and Linda Lamb and published by O'Reilly Media. The book is in its 7th ed...
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Vi
vi /ˈviːˈaɪ/ is a screen-oriented text editor originally created for the Unix operating system. The portable subset of the behavior of vi and programs based on it, and the ex editor language supported...
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Wily
Wily is a text editor created by Gary Capell for Unix computer systems. It is based on Acme, the mouse-centric editing environment for the Plan 9 operating system. Wily is one of the few editors that ...
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Sublime Text
Sublime Text is a cross-platform text and source code editor with a Python application programming interface (API). It natively supports many programming languages and markup languages, and its functi...
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Joe's Own Editor
JOE or Joe's Own Editor is a terminal-based text editor for Unix systems, available under the GPL. It is designed to be easy to use.JOE is available for most major Linux distributions, open-source BS...
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Editor war
Editor war is the common name for the rivalry between users of the Emacs and Vi (Vim) text editors. The rivalry has become a lasting part of hacker culture and the free software community.Many flame ...
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Vimperator
Vimperator is a Mozilla Firefox extension forked from the original Firefox extension version of Conkeror and designed to provide a more efficient user interface for keyboard-fluent users. The design i...
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Cream (software)
Cream is a configuration of the Vim text editor that consists of a set of scripts which can be run within Vim to make it behave more like an editor now common to most personal computers which conform ...
Apel (emacs)
In computer programming, apel (the initialism represents "A Portable Emacs Library") provides support for writing portable code in Emacs Lisp.XEmacs features a version of apel called apel-xemacs.
Climacs
Climacs is an open source text editor written in Common Lisp that is similar to GNU Emacs and is released under the GNU LGPL (version 2 or later) software license.
Climacs uses the Common Lisp Int...
Diakonos
Diakonos is a customizable curses-based text editor. It was developed with the intention of being easier to configure and use than Emacs, more powerful than Pico and Nano, and not as cryptic as vi or...
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Multics Emacs
Multics Emacs was an implementation of the Emacs text editor written in Maclisp by Bernard Greenberg at Honeywell's Cambridge Information Systems Lab. User-supplied extensions were also written in the...
GNU Emacs
GNU Emacs is the most popular and most ported Emacs text editor. It was created by GNU Project founder Richard Stallman. Throughout its history, GNU Emacs has been a central component of the GNU proje...
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KWrite
KWrite is a lightweight text editor by KDE, which, after K Desktop Environment 2, is based on the KATE text editor, and the KDE KParts technology, which allows it to use many of KATE's features.
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XEmacs
XEmacs is a graphical- and console-based text editor which runs on almost any Unix-like operating system as well as Microsoft Windows. XEmacs is a fork, based on a version of GNU Emacs from the late ...
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JOVE
JOVE (Jonathan's Own Version of Emacs) is an open-source, Emacs-like text editor, primarily intended for Unix-like operating systems. It also supports MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows. JOVE was inspired b...
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Mg (editor)
mg, originally called MicroGnuEmacs (and later changed at the request of Richard Stallman), is a public-domain text editor that runs on Unix-like operating systems. It is based on MicroEMACS, but inte...
Ex (text editor)
ex, short for EXtended, is a line editor for Unix systems originally written by Bill Joy in 1976, beginning with an earlier program written by Charles Haley.The original ex was an advanced version of ...
JuffEd
JuffEd is a Free Software, UTF-8 compatible text editor for programmers and advanced users. It is designed to be a simple and lightweight cross-platform text editor. The current version is 0.8.1, rele...
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