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Editors Category

This category holds public domain text and binary editors. These are editors primarily used for the viewing, editing and writing of files utilising most or all of the terminal screen and arrow keys for movement wherever possible.

Package Name Description
abiword-2.8.6Flexible word processor that can handle many formats
beav-1.40.18A fully featured binary file editor
beaver-0.3.0A text editor based on the GTK+ toolkit
beaver-0.4.1A text editor based on the GTK+ toolkit
bvi-1.3.2An editor for binary files based on vi
bvi-1.4.0An editor for binary files based on vi
cooledit-3.17.17A full-featured text editor for X
dhex-0.68Ncurses-based hex editor with a diff mode
ed-1.14.2A line-oriented text editor
ed-1.9A line-oriented text editor
elvis-2.2.0A clone of vi/ex, the standard UNIX editor
emacs-22.3A self-documenting, customisable, extensible text editor
file-5.16A new version of the standard file command
file-5.30A new version of the standard file command
file-5.31A new version of the standard file command
jed-0.99.19An editor based on the S-Lang programming language
joe-3.7Text-based screen editor
joe-4.4Text-based screen editor
moe-1.5A powerful and user-friendly text editor
moe-1.8A powerful and user-friendly text editor
nano-2.3.2The editor formerly known as TIP
nano-2.8.4The editor formerly known as TIP
nedit-5.5GUI text editor for workstations with X Windows and Motif
psgml-1.3.2A major mode for editing SGML documents
ted-4.3gEasy-to-use Motif text editor
vile-9.8Vile is a text editor which is extremely compatible with vi
vim-7.4VIm is a text editor that is upwards compatible to Vi
vim-8.0VIm is a text editor that is upwards compatible to Vi
xvi-2.50.1A portable multi-file text editor
xvi-2.50.2A portable multi-file text editor