The common files needed by any version of the VIM editor
vile is a text editor which is extremely compatible with vi in terms of "finger
feel". In addition, it has extended capabilities in many areas, notably
multi-file editing and viewing, syntax highlighting, and key rebinding.
vile-common provides the files needed for all versions of vile.
README for vile, version 9.8
vile is a text editor which is extremely compatible with vi in terms
of "finger feel". in addition, it has extended capabilities in many areas,
notably multi-file editing and viewing, key rebinding, real X window
system support, an optional embedded perl interpreter, and robust
support for non-Unix hosts.
the authors of vile are Paul Fo
Changes for vile 9.9 (released ??? ??? ?? ????)
> Tom Dickey:
+ improve ada syntax highlighter by parsing attributes, adding a list
of the predefined attributes to its keyword file.
+ fix character-type initialization to allow built-in locales in 9.7d
to work (report by Ramil Farkhshatov).
+ amend a change from 9.7zd which lost the repeat-count for single-byte
-- $Id: AUTHORS,v 1.2 2009/10/04 15:11:34 tom Exp $
-- This file is used by a script that collects contributor information and
-- resolves nicknames vs fullnames.
kev Kevin Buettner
pgf Paul G Fox
tom Tom Dickey
previous versions of vile were limited to non-commercial use due to
their inclusion of code from ve
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