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Description: Cream is an easy-to-use configuration of the powerful, free, and famous Vim text editor for both Microsoft Windows and GNU/Linux.
Intellisense for vim
Description: This site provides intellisense (Code Insight, Autocompletion) features for Vim.
Vim and latex
Description: Environment providing a comprehensive set of tools to view, edit and compile LaTeX documents using Vim.
The traditional vi
Description: BSD ex/vi 3.7 ported to modern Unix systems. The original Vi source code, with a few necessary modernizations.
Bvi - binary visual editor
Description: The bvi editor is a display-oriented editor for binary files, based on the vi text editor.
Description: Open source portable text editor written in C# with support for FTP, text encryption and syntax highlighting.
Description: Tcl and tix based editor.
Audacity audio editor
Description: Free, fully-functional multi-track audio editor for Windows (98 and later), Macintosh (MacOS and OSX), and Linux.
Description: EMacro is portable .emacs for GNU Emacs and XEmacs that configures itself. Beside download links to SourceForge, installation docs, solutions for special problems co
Emacspeak -the complete audio desktop
Description: Offers a reference, an user guide, instructions how to install, tips and tricks, a list of supported speech-enabled applications and a download page.
Description: JEmacs is a re-implementation of Emacs, written in a mixture of Java, Scheme, and Emacs Lisp.
Description: A Visual Studio Add-In that allows Emacs to be integrated as the default text editor.
Vim quick reference
Description: Nicely formatted for printing single page quick reference sheet in eight languages.
Dr chips vim page
Description: Contains C and Vim code which helps editing with the vim editor, including hints generation, text alignment, color schemes, network read/write, and spell checking.
Carbon emacs package
Description: Carbon/OSX distribution of GNU Emacs. Downloads, list of included libraries and FAQs.
Description: A good Vi tutorial and user guide aimed at engineering students.
Gnu emacs on windows
Description: Files, documentation and a FAQ for the Windows versions of the GNU Emacs editor.
Macemacs jp project
Description: A project to share the knowledge about the Macintosh OS X port for the Japanese language environment. Featuring mailing lists and downloads.
Nvi/vi cheat sheet
Description: A concise overview of vi commands from an nvi perspective. Plain text copy available at site.
Description: A programmers editor, written entirely in Ruby and thus easy to extend with Ruby customizations. Summary of the features, developers weblog, information about the d
Mobi site galore
Description: Offers mobile website design service to create WAP sites which conform to Mobile XHTML specification.
A tale of five editors
Description: Eric Raymond analyzes the designs and implementations of five Unix text editors.
Emacs beginners howto
Description: A set of documents that introduce Linux users to the Emacs editor. They assume minimal familiarity with vi or a similar editor.
The emacs schism
Description: How XEmacs (Lucid Emacs as was) came about, by Jamie Zawinski: [t]his incident has become famous as one of the most significant forks in a free software code base
Description: A programmers HTML editor written using GTK, designed to save the experienced webmaster some keystrokes. (C) [GNU/Linux, Unix]
Description: Acme is a textual user interface for programmers by Rob Pike for Plan 9, with ports to Unix-like and Windows systems. [Open Source]
Description: Text editor for Windows and Plan 9 by Rob Pike. Documentation, ports, links and background information.
Description: Project information, previews, documentation, downloads and a plugins section for the multi-platform editor written in Python.
Description: Official site. Open source text editor for GUI environments. Includes downloads, documentation, getting involved in development and customization. [Linux, Unix, Wind
Xemacs editor faq
Description: Frequently asked questions covering internationalization, troubleshooting, customization, user guidance and release notes.
Description: Free browser add-on for Firefox, which makes it look and behave like the Vim text editor.
Description: A Syntrillium Cool Edit Pro/Adobe Audition community. Discuss recording and search the original Syntrillium archives.
Breakpoint software, inc.
Description: Home of Hex Workshop, a hexadecimal editor, sector editor, base converter, and bit manipulator). [Commercial]
Aquamacs: emacs for mac os x
Description: Details about the differences between Aquamacs and other OS X Emacs implementations, hints about LaTeX editing and information about participation in development of
Description: A wiki devoted to text editors and related topics. Covers all major families of text editors and related topics, from keyboard layouts to tabs vs. spaces.
Francis wrights emacs packages
Description: WoMan.el, an elisp package to browse UNIX man files without having man installed and msdos-shell-fix.el, an improvement of the NT-Emacs support for the COMMAND.COM s
Description: Lugaru Softwares EMACS-style programmers editor for Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, DOS and OS/2. [Commercial]
Acon digital media
Description: Develops Acoustica, an audio editor for Windows. Main features, screenshots, purchase information.
Description: An Emacs distribution with a collection of Emacs lisp modules and MS Windows programs to use from within Emacs to ensure Windows-like handling of common editing task
Audio editor pro
Description: Windows audio editor that allows basic editing operations with audio files and format conversion. Demo available.
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