Release Notes: Many East Asian multibyte encodings are now supported. Traditional regular expressions can now be used with multi- byte characters. When the 'ignorecase' option is toggled, saved regular expressions are now updated accordingly again. The display is now updated correctly again when a tabulator is inserted at the beginning of a line. A lot of minor issues concerning multibyte character support and POSIX conformance have been fixed.
Release Notes: The 'X' vi command works again; it was broken since the previous release. A lot of fixes were made for multibyte and multicolumn character support. An old vi bug concerning combinations of ex and vi copy/delete and paste commands was fixed. Compiling with diet libc works again.
Release Notes: Changes were only made to the included libterm. Multiple tc= capabilities in a termcap entry now work. tc= is also recognized if it is not the last capability in an entry. People who don't use the included libterm or people who have not had problems and don't plan to change their termcap files have no need to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release contains some fixes for the "showmode" option and other small corrections.
Release Notes: The long-standing mdjc'd, :f^V^V^M, and lose-marks-on-undo bugs were fixed. Recovery works again. A SVr4-like -V option assists in debugging ex scripts. Vi can create zero byte files now (without appending a newline). "An Introduction to Display Editing with Vi" is available with annotations for the port.
Release Notes: Small fixes were made for regular expressions, tags, the (count)~, :ab, and :(addr)r commands, and the creation of temporary files. The behaviour of the scroll and modelines options was changed to match SVr4 vi. The framework for message internationalization was added, but there are no translated message catalogues yet. The manual pages were revised.