Release Notes: This release mostly contains bugfixes for the new code in 1.3.6. nano builds with debug support again. Going into help at the "Read File" prompt no longer kicks you out of the prompt after you exit help. Paragraph searching no longer skips over some one-line paragraphs. The titlebar no longer cuts off some UTF-8 strings too early. The help text is now wrapped as it was in nano 1.2.x, taking UTF-8 support into account. New features include a configure option to explicitly turn detection of UTF-8 support on or off and sample regexes for C++ as well as C.
Release Notes: This release finally includes the long-awaited support for UTF-8. It also includes the ability to insert UTF-8 characters using verbatim input, the ability to delete all text from the cursor position to the end of the file via ^W^X, I/O improvements so that pasted text displays faster, status bar prompt improvements to make more edit window shortcuts work in it, and a new option to use the second line of the screen as part of the edit window. A fix for a long-standing bug where the program would keep running if the terminal it was in died unexpectedly was included.
Release Notes: In this release, replacing of only the marked text has been implemented, smooth scrolling is improved so that it applies everywhere instead of just to the movement keys, multiple +LINE arguments can now be used with multiple files on the command line, the format a file is saved in is now autodetected when it is read in, and toggling works both ways between the "Read File"/"Execute Command" prompts and the "Search"/"Go to Line" prompts. Cross-compilation should now work. The "tabsize" nanorc option and mouse clicks on shortcuts both work again, and spell checking of only marked text now works properly.
Release Notes: Quoted justify now works properly on systems without regex.h, full justify no longer segfaults when used on a file with no paragraphs, previous paragraph searching works properly again, tab completion is properly disabled when needed in restricted mode, and Ctrl-C is no longer disabled after using the alternate spell checker. New features include sample regexes for patch files and improved C file regexes, and support for strings greater than 1023 characters and/or containing nulls in .nano_history. Additionally, the full justify keystroke has been changed to match current Pico.
Release Notes: New features include a restricted mode that provides better security than just setting an operating directory, the ability to justify the entire file at once, support for a "smart" home key that can leap from the beginning of text on a line to the true beginning of the line (or the reverse) in one stroke, support for specifying an alternative spell checker in $SPELL, the ability to specify the characters used to display spaces and tabs so that they can easily be told apart, and the ability to specify the characters marking the ends of sentences as used in justification.
Release Notes: This release features fixes for the input routines, a reorganized shortcut list for the help browser, minor Pico compatibility improvements for the file browser, and fixes for replacing and highlighting certain regular expressions. It also allows searching without prompting to work in view mode, added support for systems needing glib 2.x, updated the .spec file for the 1.3 branch, prompts you first when you try to save a file under a different name, and added a new verbatim input mode that acts as ^V does under vi, but with additional Pico compatibility.
Release Notes: This release includes fixes for the input routines, a reorganized shortcut list for the help browser, minor Pico compatibility improvements for the file browser, and fixes for misbehavior when replacing certain regular expressions. It also allows searching without prompting to work in view mode, adds support for glib 2.x, updates the .spec file for the 1.3 branch, prompts when the user tries to save a file under a different name, and adds a new verbatim input mode, similar to ^V in vi.
Release Notes: New features include the addition of a -d option (for those FreeBSD users with Backspace keys that act like Delete keys), the ability to repeat the last search without prompting, the ability to search for the beginning or end of a paragraph, new smooth paging routines to go with the smooth scrolling routines, and various improvements to the input and display routines to make them behave more intuitively. It also includes the usual load of bugfixes. This is the first release in the unstable 1.3.x series.
Release Notes: This release includes fixes for wrapping (again), resizing, color syntax highlighting, rcfile parsing, the mouse code, more memory leaks, and some reversion of the code to get the user's home directory (nano will now again rely on $HOME). There are also translation updates, a new manual page for the nanorc file, and an UPGRADE file detailing the changes since version 1.0.
Release Notes: Fixes are included for translatable string format, subexpression replacement, constant cursor position, invalid search regexes, justify, screen state on SIGHUP and SIGTERM, cutting to end cuts with long lines, many file browser and operating directory bugs, memory and file descriptor leaks, marker code, the spell checker, the mouse code with long lines, multiple buffers and non-file open errors, replacement string length, and a silly but serious history message crash. There is also a drastic improvement in CPU utilization for the color regex code.