GNU Zile (Zile Is Lossy Emacs) is a lightweight Emacs clone. Every Emacs user should feel at home with Zile. Zile is aimed at small footprint systems (a typical binary is about 100Kb) and quick editing sessions (it starts up and shuts down instantly).
|Tags||Text Editors Emacs|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Unix|
Release Notes: Fixes the timeradd macro for systems that need it.
Release Notes: Actually uses libgc. All of the previous 2.4 releases were eating all your memory. Fixes the speed of searching on large buffers (previously, the entire buffer was copied for each search). The fix was copied from Zee. Makes query-replace and save file prompt handling closer to Emacs. Fixes many printf format bugs in user functions, thanks to GCC. Uses pkgconfig to find libgc. Improves the use of GCC warnings. Some code clean-up.
Release Notes: Fixes a potential crash and a cosmetic bug in global-set-key when used interactively. Adds many more tests.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash in non-incremental searching the first time it is used interactively.
Release Notes: An egregious bug resulting in a crash whenever a non-existent file was edited was fixed along with other potential crash bugs in the low-level text-handling routine, estr_replace.