Sanity

sanity

File sanity is used by CRiSP to detect if someone else has modified or tampered with a file whilst you are editing it. If a file is modified whilst you are editing it with CRiSP then you will sometimes see strange results (such as losing synchronization with where lines start and end, or missing chunks of the file). This is because CRiSP does not maintain a private copy of a file being edited, but refers back to the original file on disk.

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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