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Aee, an easy to use screen-based editor and Alpine-pico simple text editor from Alpine, a text-based email client.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Aee, an easy to use screen-based editor.

aee (advanced easy editor) is intended to be an easy to use screen-based editor that requires no instruction to use. Its interface is highlighted by simple pop-up menus, which makes it easy for the users to carry out tasks without remembering the commands.

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Alpine-pico simple text editor from Alpine, a text-based email client.

"pico" is a simple but powerful text editor. It was originally the pine composer, the editor used by the pine email client for writing email messages.

It has gained popularity since its initial use in that context and is now used as a stand-alone editor by many users.

It is similar to but less powerful than GNU Nano, an editor created with the pico interface when the pico license was non-free.

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