Nixsys Public Access UNIX System

Editors:

Overview

Connecting to Nixsys PAUS and editing these files online can save users a bit of time. Instead of creating a file on a local machine and then uploading it to the server, users may connect directly to the server and manage files. This is especially helpful when no word processors are available on a local machine, or those that are available do not have the necessary mechanisms to complete a task. Many of these editors are powerful enough to make simple and complex word processing much faster.

Command line file editor programs.

beav

Binary Editor And Viewer, a full featured binary file editor

bvi

Vi-like editor for binary files

ce

Chet's Emacs: small, fast emacs-like editor, tty version

easyedit

Easy to use text editor

emacs-nox11

GNU editing macros (editor)

ex

Berkeley vi 3.7

jed

Extensible folding editor with Emacs / WordStar / EDT emulations

joe

Joe's own editor

jove

Small emacs-style editor, but lacks the LISP engine

nano

Small and friendly text editor (a free replacement for Pico)

pico

Text editor (ships with Pine), and Pine's text editing lib

uemacs

"emacs" key sequences compatible full screen editor

vi, view

text editors

vim

Vim editor (vi clone) without GUI

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