Terminal editors of yesteryear
Playing with shell scripts, I found out about nano almost accidentally. What a cute little editor, that seems to respect your selected terminal font size.
I'm over 50 now, and a sworn enemy of programs that throw up tiny fonts.
A bit of a long shot, this one, but has anyone done a "brief" emulation for Linux? Brief was a character-based editor that had a cult following circa 1990, when I was churning out 80x86 assembler and C.
There was a graphical emulation done under win32. I think it might have been called "zeus".
Re: Terminal editors of yesteryear
Google found these:
* http://crisp.com/ - paid
* http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1...r-availability - Paid
Never used Brief on purpose back then, but I do like cross-platform Geany these days for programming.
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