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[ANNOUNCE] nano-3.1 is released

From: Benno Schulenberg
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] nano-3.1 is released
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2018 19:56:28 +0200
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2018.09.18 - GNU nano 3.1 "Je faisais des bonds comme ├ža!" fixes a
             misbinding of ^H on some terminals and some systems,
             does not leave stray stuff after the prompt upon exit
             when having suspended nano while using --constantshow,
             and does not allow to toggle to Replace in view mode.

GNU nano is a simple and easy-to-use editor for on the terminal.

The tarball and its signature are here:

Specific bugs that were fixed in this release:  (cursor stayed on status bar on NetBSD)  (remains of message shown after prompt)  (Bsp/^H doing an unwanted cutwordleft)  (unknown sequence for Ctrl+Shift+Del)  (view mode allowed doing replacements)  (view mode did not allow main toggles)  (shell syntax ignored "busybox sh")

Changes between v3.0 and v3.1:

Liu Hao (1):
      search: disallow switching to the Replace prompt when in view mode

Benno Schulenberg (14):
      bindings: bind ASCII DEL during startup instead of repeatedly at runtime
      bindings: make ^H rebindable also on NetBSD, FreeBSD and macOS
      bindings: when Ctrl+Shift+Delete has no keycode, don't use KEY_BSP
      bump version numbers and add a news item for the 3.1 release
      input: keep the cursor in edit window after message, also on NetBSD
      input: recognize the sequences for Ctrl+Shift+Delete on xterm and urxvt
      main: allow toggling all editor features when in view mode
      po: update translations and regenerate POT file and PO files
      suspension: don't try to show the cursor position when going to sleep
      syntax: sh: let the header regex match also busybox shell scripts
      tweaks: condense a bit of code
      tweaks: remove a superfluous comment and a redundant assignment
      tweaks: rename a variable to be special and distinct
      tweaks: sharpen an optimization, to allow DEL to be a shortcut



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