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fed, a simple, robust console/terminal text editor

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fed, a simple, robust console/terminal text editor that provides syntax highlighting, and requires PHP for plug-in support. Interface boasts the common set of editor commands frequented by users of graphical text editors, some similar to nano.

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Features

  • Linux Console Text Editor
  • Familiar commands
  • Lots of fallbacks for every emergency
  • Highlighted with GeSHi
  • Extensible via PHP plug-ins for custom operations

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    fed is an awesome, lightweight, tasty piece of linux editing

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Information Technology, Developers

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Registered

2011-02-27

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