Elvis is a clone of vi/ex, the standard UNIX editor. Elvis supports nearly all of the vi/ex commands, in both visual mode and colon mode. Like vi/ex, Elvis stores most of the text in a temporary file, instead of RAM. This allows it to edit files that are too large to fit in a single process' data space. Also, the edit buffer can survive a power failure or crash. Color or mono.
|Version/Release date:||1.5 12/08/1992|
|Programmer||Steve Kirkendall Warwick Allison|
|Compatibility:|| ◆ ST
◈ Hades ◈ Milan ◈ FireBee
|Availability:||Floppyshop Word Processing 0030[?] (Elvis 1.4)|