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Topic: The text editor under Linux

The human console editor, with undo/redo - exists?

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Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? vim/emacs, but it for robots...

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Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? Under  ee like was, on  nano more less.  what level the reset buffer, but the previous action like always can be cancelled

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M> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? What for, if is Vim? What does "the human editor" mean? You somehow incorrectly tried. At me Vim does everything that is necessary.

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Hello, std.denis, you wrote: SD> What for if is Vim? What does "the human editor" mean? Something like multyedit, the far-editor.

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Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? . I went by the way of the least resistance and passed on vim,  its plug-ins and macroes, it is possible to live comfortably enough, though, of course, all the same that that not that.

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Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? mcedit

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SD>> What for if is Vim? What does "the human editor" mean? M> Something like multyedit, the far-editor. wineconsole - backend=user /opt/far2/Far.exe/e myfile.txt 2>/dev/null Speak still is far2l

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Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? Here such, for example, is: https://micro-editor.github.io/

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std.denis: SD> Speak still is far2l Is, and even works (UPD - it actually graphic, not console) the Editor too is available.

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Hello, Drobodan Frilich, you wrote: SD>> Speak still is far2l > Is, and even the Editor too works > is available. It not console, only in . As well as FileCommander/2 FileCommander/Linux

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Stanislaw K: SD>>> Speak still is far2l >> Is, and even the Editor too works >> is available. SK> it not console, only in . As well as FileCommander/2 FileCommander/Linux Yes, precisely, forgot. far2l drags with itself the implementation win32 consoles.

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Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? Purely console - built in in mc mcedit. In it even syntax highlighting is. If the terminal window in graphic interface X11 - orthodox far2l and  FileCommander/Linux approaches

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Hello, Stanislaw K, you wrote: M>> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? SK> purely console - built in in mc mcedit. In it even syntax highlighting is. But there is no separation and copyings and , as in any primitive WinDos the editor.

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Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M>>> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? SK>> purely console - built in in mc mcedit. In it even syntax highlighting is. M> but there is no separation and copyings and , as in any primitive WinDos the editor. It the present terminal working through serial interface RS-232, there any combinations Alt Ctrl Shift badly climb through. Therefore there is through asses very convenient variant: you press F3 opened the unit, started to select, moved  the cursor, pushed F3 closed the unit, stopped to select.  moved the cursor where it is necessary pushed F5 it there copied unit contents. Pushed F6 - absolutely transferred.

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> Is, and even works > (UPD - it actually graphic, not console) > Image: Screenshot_2017-03-26_22-45-24.png > the Editor too is available. Aha, I already collected it Not bad. Truth  in  confuse. Well also it appeared that I for five years already got used to trolCommander (for example navigation under the file list input of a part of a name, including from the middle), and the most important for me plug-in FAR in port while was not present (NamedFolders or somehow so). Though here the editor and a browser in FAR, , anybody yet did not surpass.

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Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? Exists... Lately all only also does that exists...

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Hello,    ija - , you wrote: M>> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? > exists... Lately all only also does that exists... All right would compare with msvc or  (which under  is), but as the normal it is resulted... far! I apologize, it both vim, and emacs soil in the offensive form, so the editor in far the poor. I.e. if it is necessary to move only on the code and  far consults that that  (to walk by compiler errors, on characters, lists of functions, git) - there it is clumsy and sick.

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Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: m> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? If remember WordStar-ovskie key patterns Joe's Own Editor - it, I use with pleasure. avalon/2.0.6

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Hello, Stanislaw K, you wrote: SK> It the present terminal working through serial interface RS-232, there any combinations Alt Ctrl Shift badly climb through. It reminds me  films where highly technological warhead is delivered to the purpose by means of onions.

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Hello, Mihas, you wrote: SK>> It the present terminal working through serial interface RS-232, there any combinations Alt Ctrl Shift badly climb through. M> it reminds me  films where highly technological warhead is delivered to the purpose by means of onions. Nevertheless 232 is hardly less, than everywhere

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Hello, Mihas, you wrote: SK>> It the present terminal working through serial interface RS-232, there any combinations Alt Ctrl Shift badly climb through. M> it reminds me  films where highly technological warhead is delivered to the purpose by means of onions. This that legacy for which  furiously kick Windows and which simultaneously so are proud.

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Hello, Stanislaw K, you wrote: SK> purely console - built in in mc mcedit. In it even syntax highlighting is. Do not try to understand that "the human console editor" means. I noted that  itself does not understand that speaks. And apropos mc, noted such business that it is popular only on  space. In the USA very few people knows about it, when to its Hindus show, are surprised. Though I too ceased to use it.

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Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? A lexicon

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Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M> Hello, Stanislaw K, you wrote: M>>> the Human console editor, with undo/redo - exists? SK>> purely console - built in in mc mcedit. In it even syntax highlighting is. M> but there is no separation and copyings and , as in any primitive WinDos the editor. All there is, only buttons others.