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    It’s a wonderfully small editor which I use as my scratchpad and to keep a notes.txt open with a low memory footprint. (My only editor without vim keybindings, and I don’t like gvim either).

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      I do the same thing, although I usually just use whatever text editor comes with the desktop environment I happen to have installed at the moment. This is a nice little editor, surprised I haven’t come across it before.

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        I’ve also been looking at it for a while, but what surprises me is that it doesn’t seem to be distributed in many package managers, otherwise I might be using it more.

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      Every editor with cross-platform GUI and TUI at once, scriptable in popular scripting language instead of its own (which is a shame for both vim and emacs) should deserve more love.

      Too bad it’s not packaged in most repositories.