Release Notes: The program now understands Unicode whitespace and punctuation in word searches and wrapping. A small bug in screen updates on the last visible line was fixed.
Release Notes: The new ne makefile structure raised problems on systems that define certain system variables. This has been fixed.
Release Notes: This the first major new release of ne in three years. The point of this release is to give full support for UTF-8 text and UTF-8 I/O, but this made it necessary to rework all components, so several parts of ne have been rewritten, and some old obscure bugs have been fixed. ne retains all its customary features, but now it can edit text in any language. The memory model remains the usual ultra-lightweight one; you can load and manipulate very large files. The I/O has been even more optimized, with GSM/GPRS low-bandwidth connections in mind.
Release Notes: This release (the first one in three years, as no bug was ever reported) modifies some minor behaviours, updates all components (e.g. Perl scripts) to versions compatible with the current environments, and adds a special ESC-ESC sequence to substitute for the F1 key, now stolen by the GNOME help system.
Release Notes: This release includes transparent support for MS-DOS files (allowing conversion to/from Unix style), support for the Meta key, even in the ESC-prefix style of gnome-terminal, and various built-in keyboard escape sequences and the entire ANSI terminal control sequences, allowing ne to work on various different terminal types.
Release Notes: A single but annoying visual terminal problem when quitting ne has been completely fixed.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Version 1.17 fixes a few bugs and introduces command line history, filename completion and several other useful features.