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Cream

Web site: cream.sourceforge.net Category: Office Subcategory: Text Editors Platform: Linux, BSD, Windows License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: Cream First release: 2001 Cream – a powerful and full-featured text editor, the popular descendant of the 1976 Vi text editor. But Vim has a steep learning curve. It was not primarily

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Foswiki

Web site: foswiki.org Category: Network Subcategory: Wiki Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows, BSD, Solaris License: GNU GPL Interface: Web-interface Wikipedia: Foswiki First release: January 9, 2009 Foswiki – a platform, so you and your team members can collaborate and edit pages directly in the web browser. For advanced collaboration, Foswiki

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CM Answers

Web site: wordpress.org/plugins/cm-answers/ Category: Network Subcategory: Forums Platform: Cross-platform License: unknown Interface: Web-interface Wikipedia: First release: unknown CM Answers – a questions and answers plugin for WordPress that enables users to add questions and answers (Q&A) in a stack overflow style. The Answers plugin allows users to post questions and

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XNEdit

Web site: github.com/unixwork/xnedit Category: Office Subcategory: Text Editors Platform: Linux, Solaris, BSD, OS X, Unix-like License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 2018 XNEdit – a fast and classic X11 text editor, based on NEdit, with full unicode support and antialiased text rendering. It is a multi-purpose text editor

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XEmacs

Web site: www.xemacs.org Category: Office Subcategory: Text Editors Platform: Linux, Unix-like, BSD, OS X, Windows License: GNU GPL Interface: CLI, GUI Wikipedia: XEmacs First release: 1987 XEmacs – a highly customizable open source text editor and application development system. It is licensed under the GNU Public License and related to

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vi

Web site: ex-vi.sourceforge.net Category: Office Subcategory: Text Editors Platform: Linux, Unix-like License: BSD Interface: CLI Wikipedia: Vi First release: 1976 vi – a one of the most common text editors on Unix. It was developed starting around 1976 by Bill Joy at UCB, who was tired of the ed editor.

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