Mac, Apple, GUI

Mac, Apple GUI

CRiSP is an editor for editing plain text files. These could be program source files, scripts, or data files. The uses are entirely up to you. So how do you start CRiSP? The first thing to do is know which version of CRiSP to start, as the standard distribution includes two copies of the editor - a GUI version and a character based version. The GUI version is a full featured product and includes the normal GUI elements, such as toolbars, menus and point and click operation.

CRiSP is an editor for editing plain text files. These could be program source files, scripts, or data files. The uses are entirely up to you. So how do you start CRiSP? The first thing to do is know which version of CRiSP to start, as the standard distribution includes two copies of the editor - a GUI version and a character based version. The GUI version is a full featured product and includes the normal GUI elements, such as toolbars, menus and point and click operation.

CRiSP is an editor for editing plain text files. These could be program source files, scripts, or data files. The uses are entirely up to you. So how do you start CRiSP? The first thing to do is know which version of CRiSP to start, as the standard distribution includes two copies of the editor - a GUI version and a character based version. The GUI version is a full featured product and includes the normal GUI elements, such as toolbars, menus and point and click operation.

CRiSP is an editor for editing plain text files. These could be program source files, scripts, or data files. The uses are entirely up to you. So how do you start CRiSP? The first thing to do is know which version of CRiSP to start, as the standard distribution includes two copies of the editor - a GUI version and a character based version. The GUI version is a full featured product and includes the normal GUI elements, such as toolbars, menus and point and click operation.

CRiSP is an editor for editing plain text files. These could be program source files, scripts, or data files. The uses are entirely up to you. So how do you start CRiSP? The first thing to do is know which version of CRiSP to start, as the standard distribution includes two copies of the editor - a GUI version and a character based version. The GUI version is a full featured product and includes the normal GUI elements, such as toolbars, menus and point and click operation.

CRiSP is an editor for editing plain text files. These could be program source files, scripts, or data files. The uses are entirely up to you. So how do you start CRiSP? The first thing to do is know which version of CRiSP to start, as the standard distribution includes two copies of the editor - a GUI version and a character based version. The GUI version is a full featured product and includes the normal GUI elements, such as toolbars, menus and point and click operation.

CRiSP is an editor for editing plain text files. These could be program source files, scripts, or data files. The uses are entirely up to you. So how do you start CRiSP? The first thing to do is know which version of CRiSP to start, as the standard distribution includes two copies of the editor - a GUI version and a character based version. The GUI version is a full featured product and includes the normal GUI elements, such as toolbars, menus and point and click operation.

Testimonials

"After using Brief for many years, I did not look forward to learning vi or Emacs on my UNIX machine. CRiSP came to the rescue. The program has now grown and matured to the point where it has become much better than Brief ever was."

Crisp Screenshots

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