Lovers Home Page] - The Vi Lovers Home
Page has links to the latest version of different Vi
implementations. In addition, there are links to useful documentation,
FAQs, and other (better) Vi related resources. This is the best place
to be for every Vi user or Vi user wannabe.
- "Vi IMproved" is an improved version of the editor "vi", one of the
standard text editors on UNIX systems. VIM adds many of the features
that you would expect in an editor: Unlimited undo, syntax coloring,
split windows, visual selection, graphical user interface (read: menus,
mouse control, scrollbars, text selection), and much much more.
- Every good program has clones which try to improve on this way or the
other (features, size, port, GUI, or all of these). And Vi has quite a
few. Here they are with the info and the HomePages.
|[VILE - Vi
Like Emacs] - is a text editor. vile
retains the "finger-feel", if you will, of vi,
while adding the multiple buffer and multiple window features of emacs
and other editors. It is definitely not a vi clone.
- Emacs is the extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time
display editor. Emacs has special code editing modes, a scripting
language (elisp), and comes with many packages for doing mail, news and
more, all in your editor.
- is a highly customizable open source text editor and application
development system. It is protected under the GNU Public License and
related to other versions of Emacs, in particular GNU Emacs.
- is a full featured code editor with many advanced features. At the
current time, Glimmer has syntax highlighting support for the following
languages: Ada, Bash/Sh, C/C++, DTML, HTML, Java, Latex, GNU Make,
Object Caml, Perl, PHP, PO (Language Translation), Python, Lisp (guile,
scheme, etc), SGML, SQL, Tcl/Tk, WML, XML, and Z80 Assembly.
- is a modern file editor suitable for developers and other
professionals who need to edit files on multiple Unix and Windows
platforms. It incorporates most of the advanced concepts of vi, Emacs,
BRIEF and various Windows products while presenting the most intuitive
user interface possible.
- is a programming environment for UNIX systems writen by Fred Kruse.
The user interface mimics the Borland C and Pascal family of products
for MS-DOS. From within xwpe you can edit, compile, and debug programs.
- is a high-quality typesetting system, with features designed for the
production of technical and scientific documentation. LaTeX is the de
facto standard for the communication and publication of scientific
- is a fast, compact Motif/X11 plain text editor, for most popular Unix
systems. Features significant support for programmers including syntax
highlighting, macro language, and streamlined keyboard navigation.
Mature and stable.
- is an Open Source programmer's text editor written in Java. It is
released under the GNU General Public License and is being developed by
Slava Pestov, with occasional code contributions from various other
Text Editor] - is a free (licensed under the GNU
GPL) text editor for developers. It is really powerful, yet very easy
and intuitive to use.
nano] - is an effort to provide a Pico- like
editor, but also includes some features that were missing in the
original, such as "search and replace" and "goto line". As it's written
from scratch, it's smaller and faster.
|[HTML (and WYSIWYG) Editors]
- AsWedit, August, Bluefish, Webmaker, Galway, Amaya, Quanta Plus ....