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A throwback to the ancient days of computing. A line editor is an editor program, similar to what we have today, but with the ability to work only on one line at a time. Before we could just draw wherever we wanted on the screen all the time (even so far back as tele-type inputs), we could only work on a single line. So we had to make do.
Line editors are awful, awful things. But it's nice to know how far we've come since then.
- Open Source
- Ant Build File
- Supports several editing commands.
Licensed under the GNU General Public License.
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