The classic UNIX line editor
ed is a line-oriented text editor. It is used to
create, display, modify and otherwise manipulate text
red is a restricted ed: it can only edit files in the
current directory and cannot execute shell commands.
GNU ed is an 8-bit clean, more or less POSIX-compliant implementation of
the standard Unix line editor. These days, full-screen editors have
rendered `ed' mostly of historical interest. Nonetheless, it appeals to
a handful of aging programmers who still believe that "Small is Beautiful".
Extensions to and deviations from the POSIX standard are described below.
See the file INSTALL for compilatio
Changes in version 1.4:
The undo command has been fixed to restore the modified status of the
buffer being edited.
A race condition with user interrupt has been fixed in
The functions resize_line_buffer and resize_undo_buffer have been added
to definitively fix the aliasing warnings.
Some minor corrections have been made to the manual.
ed, red - text editor
ed [-GVhs] [-p string] [file]
red [-GVhs] [-p string] [file]
ed is a line-oriented text editor. It is used to create,
display, modify and otherwise manipulate text files. red is
a restricted ed: it can only edit files in the cur
ed (1.4-3) unstable; urgency=low
* debian/control: move Provides to the correct place.
2009-07-10 Antonio Diaz Diaz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Version 1.4 released.
* buffer.c, main_lo
Some missing tests:
0) g/./s^@^@ - okay: NULs in commands
1) g/./s/^@/ - okay: NULs in patterns
GNU ed is maintained by Antonio Diaz Diaz.
Before version 0.3, GNU ed and its man page were written
This is Debian GNU's prepackaged version of the FSF's GNU ed
utility. The classic unix line editor,
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