Nano 5.0 💾

GNU nano is a console text editor, modelled after Pico. It is very newcomer-friendly due to on-screen menus with always visible keyboard shortcuts. Keybindings are configurable, and full undo and redo actions are supported. Nano even can be used as STDIN pager, and it provides fast syntax highlighting, even for regexps.

major feature: "Among the fields of barley". With --indicator (or -q or 'set indicator') nano will show a kind of scrollbar on the righthand side of the screen to indicate where in the buffer the viewport is located and how much it covers. With any line can be "tagged" with an anchor, and. and will jump to the nearest anchor. When using line numbers, an anchor is shown as "+" in the margin. The Execute Command prompt is now directly accessible from the. Main menu (with T, replacing the Spell Checker). The Linter, Formatter, Spell Checker, Full Justification, Suspension, and Cut-Till-End functions are available in this menu too. On terminals that support at least 256 colors, nine new color. Names are available: pink, purple, mauve, lagoon, mint, lime, Peach, orange, and latte. These do not have lighter versions. For the color names red, green, blue, yellow, cyan, magenta. White, and black, the pre'light' gives a brighter color. Pre'bright' is deprecated, as it means both bold AND light. All color names can be preceded with "bold," and/or "italic,". (in that order) to get a bold and/or italic typeface. With --bookstyle (or -O or 'set bookstyle') nano considers any. Line that begins with whitespace as the start of a paragraph. Refreshing the screen with L now works in every menu. In the main menu, L also centers the line with the cursor. Toggling the help lines with M-X now works in all menus except in the help viewer and the linter. At a filename prompt, the first lists the possibilities. And these are listed near the bottom instead of near the top. Bindable function 'curpos' has been renamed to 'location'. Long option --tempfile has been renamed to --saveonexit. Short option -S is now a synonym of --softwrap. The New Buffer toggle (M-F) has become non-persistent. Options. --multibuffer and 'set multibuffer' still make it default to on. Backup files will retain their group ownership (when possible). Data is synced to dis

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