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Version 1.4 of GNU moe released

From: Antonio Diaz Diaz
Subject: Version 1.4 of GNU moe released
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2011 20:24:55 +0100
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I am pleased to announce the release of GNU moe 1.4.

GNU moe is a powerful, 8-bit clean, console text editor for ISO-8859 and ASCII character encodings, with a modeless, user-friendly interface.

The homepage is at

The sources can be downloaded from or from your favorite GNU mirror.

This version is also available in lzip format. If your distro doesn't yet distribute the lzip program, you can download it from

The md5sums are:
9eb117063772f286107ffc6afdb53914  moe-1.4.tar.gz
bba115a8486fbabc37b52911821d8486  moe-1.4.tar.lz

This release is also GPG signed. You can download the signature by appending ".sig" to the URL.

Changes in version 1.4:

  * The new command "toggle search direction" has been added.

  * The new replace sequence "\c" has been added.

* The command "control char" now accepts arbitrarily large numbers and inserts them as big or little endian sequences of bytes.

  * Backspace delete has been fixed on some terminal emulators.

* Key codes ignored by moe are now shown when typed, so that you can know (and hopefully report) why a given key does not work when using moe in your favorite terminal emulator.

  * "(I)gnore" has been changed to "(I)gnore_case" in search prompt.

* A warning about the minimum screen size needed (80x24) has been added to the manual.

  * Variable size arrays have been removed.

Please send bug reports and suggestions to address@hidden

If you are packaging moe for a distribution, please, try to use the lzipped source tarball, as this can improve the support for the lzip format in packaging systems[1][2]. Thanks.

Antonio Diaz, GNU Moe author and maintainer.

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