Release Notes: This release contains several minor optimizations to make the executable a little smaller under some circumstances, some translation updates, improvements to the color syntax for Python, and still more minor documentation updates.
Release Notes: This release fixes a segfault when trying to save in a nonexistent directory, handling of strings containing nulls at the "Write File", "Insert File", "Execute Command", and "Go to Directory" prompts, several minor memory leaks, and two more potential compilation warnings. A few translation updates and a few minor documentation updates were made.
Release Notes: This release contains several bugfixes. Saving one file over another will now always warn about overwriting it. Overwriting a file is no longer possible when saving a new file in restricted mode. Zero-length Unicode characters are now highlighted properly when nano is built without regular expression support. It also adds several minor documentation updates.
Release Notes: This release adds documentation updates and a few cosmetic tweaks. For those who haven't been following nano 1.3 development, there are many new features and fixes for some long-standing bugs. There are also many translation updates and new translations, as well as new color syntaxes.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where the screen sometimes wouldn't be updated properly after copying text into the cut buffer, fixes a potential warning while compiling, and fixes a few other minor inconsistencies.
Release Notes: This release fixes cursor positioning after leaving the statusbar prompt and makes verbatim input at the statusbar prompt properly handle newlines.
Release Notes: This release fixes various bugs in the last version: the mouse support ignores everything except clicks of the left mouse button; indenting and unindenting operate on the current line when the mark is off; nano should build on systems that use termcap in their curses libraries; the built-in file browser now properly navigates file lists that take up only one row; the cursor position is now completely restored after inserting things; the screen is updated properly after scrolling a line without moving the cursor; the keyboard input routines behave more consistently; and so on.
Release Notes: This release contains the last new features that nano will have before 2.0: copying text without cutting it, indenting lines of marked text, reworked help text that should be easier for new users, searching for filenames in the file browser, including color regexes in files separate from nanorc files, and more. It also contains many bugfixes. Text can now be unjustified after justifying it and resizing the window. The screen is now cleared when suspending. Lines of text with tabs are now wrapped at the right place. Two-column characters are now properly displayed at all times.
Release Notes: Various bugs were fixed. The handling of the cursor at the status bar prompt was improved along with support for certain combinations of Shift and keyboard keys. A minor display problem after some searches was fixed along with a segfault when displaying overly long lines and an issue with not hanging up properly in xterm under certain circumstances. There were also several new features, such as the ability to set the characters used as brackets when searching for matching brackets and tab completion of directories at the "Go To Directory" prompt.
Release Notes: The new features in this release include the ability to scroll up or down single lines without scrolling the cursor, reworked command execution code that uses $SHELL if available, and the ability to not add ending newlines to files without them via the -L/--nonewlines option. Bugfixes include fixes to the status bar prompt so that mouse clicks work properly on it, fixes to the Yes/No/All prompt so that mouse clicks on it work properly when -O/--morespace is used, and fixes to the resize handling so that prompts are handled properly on too-small terminals.