Mazu Editor

林博仁(Buo-ren, Lin) (brlin)

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A minimalist text editor with syntax highlight, copy/paste, and search

Usage

Command line: (filename is optional)

 me _filename_

Supported keys:

  • Ctrl-S: Save
  • Ctrl-Q: Quit
  • Ctrl-F: Find string in file
    • ESC to cancel search, Enter to exit search, arrows to navigate
  • Ctrl-C: Copy line
  • Ctrl-X: Cut line
  • Ctrl-V: Paste line
  • PageUp, PageDown: Scroll up/down
  • Up/Down/Left/Right: Move cursor
  • Home/End: move cursor to the beginnging/end of editing line

Mazu Editor does not depend on external library (not even curses). It uses fairly standard VT100 (and similar terminals) escape sequences.

Acknowledge

Mazu Editor was inspired by excellent tutorial Build Your Own Text Editor:

https://viewsourcecode.org/snaptoken/kilo

Snap-specific information

Due to the confined nature of the snap apps, by default this snap can only access the files under your home directory(excluding the dotfiles right under it).

To open and save files under the /mnt and the /media directories, connect the snap to the removable-media interface by running the following command in a terminal:

 sudo snap connect mazu-editor:removable-media

Developer website

Contact 林博仁(Buo-ren, Lin)

Details for Mazu Editor

License
BSD-2-Clause
Last updated
23 April 2019

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ubuntu 18.04

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