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Re: An 'ae' testimony

On Wed, May 26, 1999 at 07:13:46AM -0500, David Starner wrote:
> Sven LUTHER wrote:
> > Every Unix system is distributed with a working vi, and most people know how to
> > use vi. So finding a non standard editor on the base system is not so nice, and
> > can cause lots of confusions. and ae is a lot confusing, and don't behave
> Read the instructions on the top of the screen in ae. RTFS. Not everyone
> knows vi, and it's very confusing if you don't know it. It's also too
> large to go on the base floppies.

Sure but most confusing is an editor who provide help screen, but the commands
described in the help screen don't work. don't lets you exit it, hand the
editor, or even worse do strange things to your file while saving.

this has nothing to do with vi or not vi.

but still a true unix system has vi on his rescue system ...



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