Micro – A Modern Terminal Based Text Editor with Syntax Highlighting

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6 Responses

  1. Frank says:

    I have used vi in the 80s then vim for years but last 10 years been using textmate (rmate) from ssh terminal.

    If you need a terminal editor without a massive learning curve Micro is brilliant.

  2. Clemo says:

    Thanks for this info. I successfully installed it in Centos 7.3. One thing I noticed is that F1 is not working. Its meant to provide Help Menu, but am getting funny characters, and at the bottom I notice a text “Pasted clipboard”. Not sure if its a bug

  3. Jalal says:

    Hi, Thanks for this article, but I prefer vim editor.

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