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I suppose this would have been the natural extension of line editors after the graphical user interface was premiered. However, it also looks very pointless. If you have graphics, why stick to the line editor format? Well, if necessity is the mother of invention, then I suppose it's necessary to have bad things before you realize you have bad things.
The Visual Line Editor is the extension of the Line Editor I wrote. It basically wraps the old line editor into a visual platform so you can see the results of your work.
- Highlights the current line.
- Bad commands are clearly illustrated.
- Highlights word searches.
- Displays current buffer in window.
- Open Source.
- Ant Build File.
Licensed under the GNU General Public License.
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Downloadvisual-line-editor.zip (78 KB)