Locking

locking

The locking mechanism is designed to be used in an environment where you may lose edits to a file, because another user or application has written to the file whilst editing. CRiSP provides numerous safety checks to ensure you do not edit or overwrite someone elses work, but these mechanisms tend to kick in after you have made any modifications to a file, rather than before you start an editing session.

Testimonials

"I am a newcomer to Linux, and I was very disappointed with "standard" UNIX editors like vi and emacs. The user interface is so unfriendly and the feature set is so antiquated. I heard about CRiSP on the comp.editors newsgroup and downloaded a free demo...It's just wonderful! Thoroughly modern, easy to use, powerful, flexible; it's what a UNIX programmer's editor should be."

Crisp Screenshots

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