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    amp is described as 'Everything you need to get started without any configuration. A completely usable editor, right out of the box' and is a Text Editor in the category. There are nine alternatives to amp for a variety of platforms, including Linux, Mac, Windows, BSD and Haiku. The best alternative is Vim, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like amp are GNU nano (Free, Open Source), Neovim (Free, Open Source), Editor (Free, Open Source) and Vy (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Nov 8, 2021
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    Everything you need to get started without any configuration. A completely usable editor, right out of the box.
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    1. Vim ("Vi IMproved") is an advanced text editor that allows syntax highlighting, word completion and has a huge amount of contributed content. It also has a GUI version called GVim.
    2. GNU nano is a small and friendly text editor. Besides basic text editing, nano offers many extra features like an interactive search and replace, go to line and column number, auto-indentation, feature toggles, internationalization support, and filename tab completion.


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      Simple Android text editor.
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      vy is a modal editor with a very modular architecture. vy is built on top of Tkinter which is one of the most productive graphical toolkits; It permits vy to have such a great programming interface for plugins.


    3. Tilde is a text editor for the console/terminal, which provides an intuitive interface for people accustomed to GUI environments such as Gnome, KDE and Windows. Example: copy current selection is Control-C; paste previously copied text is Control-V.
    4. 4coder is a minimalist, cross platform, programmable, code editing environment, catering to the needs of low level programmers. It allows you to use one work flow across Windows, Linux, and Mac (with the exception of your debugger... for now.).
    5. Vis aims to be a modern, legacy-free, simple yet efficient editor, combining the strengths of both vi(m) and sam.
    6. Bim is a Vim-inspired, terminal text editor originally built for ToaruOS but also available for Linux, Sortix, FreeBSD, and macOS.
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