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VED

Ved (visual editor) is a small and very fast screen-oriented text editor that implements a user interface somewhere between vi and Emacs. It is powerful and easy to learn, and has no limitations on line length, file size, or the types of characters that may appear in a file. It is a highly portable editor for Unix and most other OSes.

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  •  28 Jun 2004 13:17

    Release Notes: Many feature enhancements and bugfixes were made. Support for DOS/DJGPP was added.

    •  10 Feb 2004 13:50

      Release Notes: Compilation with DOS/DJGPP is now supported. Running "make install" on an OS that requires the .exe suffix is supported. install-sh no longer leaves files owned by root in /tmp on an OS like SCO UNIX where any user may give away files to root. The new option, -nolock, was added to allow editing when an NFS problem prevents you from doing record locking. Many other changes were made.

      •  27 Dec 2002 13:02

        Release Notes: This release adds better file locking and better portability.

        •  24 Nov 2001 23:09

          Release Notes: This release has support to work around the nonstandard way of record locking on Win32 & Cygwin. Large file support is turned on by default. There is much better portability. Note that this is a "Slottable Source Plugin Module", so you need to unpack the sounce in a recent cdrtools source package (see README.SSPM).

          •  31 Dec 2000 02:33

            Release Notes: First externally published source.

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