List of text editors

The following is a list of notable text editors.

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The following editors can either be used with a graphical user interface or a text user interface.

Name Description License
Aquamacs Emacs A distribution of GNU Emacs heavily modified to behave like a Mac program. GPL-3.0-or-later
Cream A configuration of Vim. GPL-3.0-or-later
Elvis A vi/ex clone with additional commands and features. ClArtistic
Extensible Versatile Editor (EVE) Default under OpenVMS. ?
GNU Emacs[1][2][3][4][5]/XEmacs[6][7] Two long-existing forks of the popular Emacs programmer’s editor. Emacs and vi are the dominant text editors on Unix-likeoperating systems, and have inspired the editor wars. GPL-3.0-or-later / GPL-2.0-or-later
Language-Sensitive Editor (LSE) Programmer’s Editor for OpenVMS implemented using TPU. ?
Textadept A modular, cross-platform editor written in C and Lua, using Scintilla.[8] MIT
vile (vi like Emacs) A vi work-alike which retains the vi command-set while adding new features: multiple windows and buffers, infinite undo, colorization, scriptable expansion capabilities, etc. GPL-2.0-only
vim[9][10][11][12] A clone based on the ideas of the vi editor and designed for use both from a command line interface and in a graphical user interface. Vim

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