Zile is another Emacs-clone. Zile is a customizable, self-documenting
real-time open-source display editor.
Zile was written to be as similar as possible to Emacs; every Emacs user
should feel at home with Zile. Zile features
* Small but fast and powerful. It is very useful for small footprint
installations (like on floppy disk) or quick editing sessions.
* 8-bit clean. Zile can operate with binary files.
* Looks like Emacs. Most Zile key sequences and function names are
identical to Emacs ones.
* Multi buffer editing w/multi level undo. Zile can open an infinite
number of files and can record an infinite sequence of undo
* Multi window. Zile can display multiple windows on the screen.
* Killing, yanking and registers. The typical killing, yanking and
register features of Emacs are available under Zile.
* Minibuffer completion. Zile can complete the user written text.
This is very useful for M-x commands and for selecting files.
* Colors. Zile makes use of the color capatibilities of the terminal
* Source highlighting (``C'', ``C++'', and shell scripts). Zile can
highlight ``C'', ``C++'' source files and shell scripts for
* Auto fill (word wrap). Zile automatically breaks the lines when
they become too wide (if the Auto Fill Mode is enabled).