Yzis is a vim-like editor that holds all core functionality inside a C++ library, which does most of the "editing" stuff. Various interfaces (including ncurses and KDE) use this library to provide a nice interface to users.
|Tags||Text Editors Desktop Environment KDE|
Release Notes: Mostly rewritten.
Release Notes: This release features lots of new features and bugfixes, including right to left support, improved Lua scripting, text completion, map support, UTF-8 display, event system, compilation with Qt 4, and more.
Release Notes: reduced memory consumption and start-up performance, undo/redo support, Lua scripting, configuration system, a rewrite of the command system, a rewrite of the renderer engine, new visual modes, object motions, registers support, more Vim-like commands, swap file and recovery, translations, printing support through Qt or pslib, macros, fixed and non fixed font support in kyzis, improved ktexteditor support, basic cindent support, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This development release features syntax highlighting, multi-buffering, vi-like commands, two interfaces (KDE and ncurses), and KDE integration.