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Jove running in a Debian box
|Developer(s)||Jonathan Payne, Hugh Redelmeier|
4.16 / March 19, 1996
22.214.171.124 / July 11, 2010
|License||GNU General Public License|
|Website||Stable JOVE FTP site|
JOVE Development FTP site
JOVE (Jonathan's Own Version of Emacs) is an open-source, Emacs-like text editor, primarily intended for Unix-like operating systems. It also supports MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows. JOVE was inspired by Gosling Emacs but is much smaller and simpler, lacking Mocklisp. It was originally created in 1983 by Jonathan Payne while at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School in Massachusetts, United States on a PDP-11 minicomputer. JOVE was distributed with several releases of BSD Unix, including 2.9BSD, 4.3BSD-Reno and 4.4BSD-Lite2.
- "JOVE - Jonathan's Own Version of Emacs". AuditMyPC.com. Retrieved 2009-05-23.
- Jonathan Payne (1983-04-04). "Weird file names and ..." Newsgroup: net.unix-wizards. Retrieved December 5, 2014.
- Jove doesn't support utf-8, feature request from Debian's Bug Tracking System.
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