Stabie Rand Editor is a reimplementation of the RAND text editor, a full screen editor that was written in the 70s and had such advanced capabilities as multiple windows and rectangular cut and paste areas. Keyboard commands are hard-coded.
Release Notes: A bugfix when replacing a string, like abcd to abcde. A bugfix when searching for a word under the cursor when the window was shifted left. A new command "run" to run an external Unix program using the current line or marked lines as an input to the external program and then substitute the output of the external program for the current line or marked lines. Essentially, this allows an external program to act as a filter for a piece of the file. A complimentary command "unrun" was added to restore the input lines deleted by the run command.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash which occurred when cutting lines across the top of the window boundary. This is the only change.
Release Notes: This release adds a new "repl /xxx/yy/" command to globally replace strings. It fixes a minor nuisance of hitting escape by accident by requiring entering some keys to simulate a multi-byte function key.
Release Notes: A crash or visual corruption that occurred after opening a line under certain circumstances was fixed. Upgrading is recommended.
Release Notes: This release adds a new "range" command to limit the cursor position in a file to some range. It is useful to limit the editor to a block, function, etc. without modifying some other section of the file by accident.