> >What is your full list of requirements, so far I have seen:
> > 1) Easy to use (notepad or simpler)
> > 2) Syntax Highlighting
> > 3) Does not rely on X
That's about it. I think nano is the closest - no syntax highlighting,
but it's the only one that didn't confuse me when I started it up.
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