4.9.326 May 2020 09:25
One more introduced in version 4.9 is : a crash when.
The terminal screen is resized while at a lock-file prompt.
4.9.209 Apr 2020 07:05
Another introduced in version 4.9 is : a likely crash.
After undoing an at the end of leading whitespace.
4.9.102 Apr 2020 02:45
Two introduced in version 4.9 are : the cursor.
Getting misplaced when undoing line cuts, and filtering
of the whole buffer to a new buffer not working.
4.926 Mar 2020 04:05
"die fetten Jahre sind vorbei".
When justifying a selection, the new paragraph and the.
Succeeding one get the appropriate first-line indent.
Trying to justify an empty selection does not crash.
Redoing the insertion of an empty file does not crash.
On the BSDs and macOS, H has become rebindable again.
(in most terminal emulators, not on the console).
DOS line endings in nanorc files are accepted.
Option --suspend / 'set suspend' has been renamed to.
The more logical --suspendable / 'set suspendable'.
4.808 Feb 2020 22:45
When something is pasted into nano, auto-indentation is suppressed.
And the paste can be undone as a whole with a single M-U.
When a lock file is encountered during startup, pressing C/Cancel.
Quits nano. (Pressing 'No' just skips the file and continues.)
Shift+Meta+letter key combos can be bound with 'bind Sh-M-letter'.
Making any such binding dismisses the default behavior of ignoring
Shift for all Meta+letter keystrokes.
The configuration option --with-slang (to be avoided when possible).
Can now be used only together with --enable-tiny.
A custom nanorc file can be specified on the command line, with.
-f filename or --rcfile=filename.
4.724 Dec 2019 14:25
A will indent a marked region only when mark and cursor are
on different lines.
Two indentations (any mix of tabs and spaces) are considered the.
Same when they look the same (that is: indent to the same level).
When using --breaklonglines or J, a line will never be broken in.
Its leading whitespace or quoting.
The keywords in nanorc files must be in lowercase.
4.630 Nov 2019 11:05
"And don't you eat that yellow snow".
The 'formatter' command has returned, bound by default to M-F.
It allows running a syntax-specific command on the contents of.
T will try to run 'hunspell' before 'spell', because it checks.
Spellling for the locale's language and understands UTF-8.
Multiple errors or warnings on startup will no longer slow nano.
Down but will be indicated on the status bar with trailing dots.
4.505 Oct 2019 01:13
The new 'tabgives' command allows you to specify per syntax what
the key should produce: some spaces, a hard TAB, ...
The output of --help is properly aligned again for all languages.
will indent a marked region also when M- has been rebound.
4.203 May 2019 21:44
2019 April 24 - GNU nano 4.2 "Tax the rich, pay the teachers"
The integrated spell checker does not crash when 'spell' is missing.
Option --breaklonglines works also when --ignorercfiles is used.
Automatic hard-wrapping is more persistent in pushing words to the
same overflow line.
4.011 Apr 2019 01:05
An overlong line is no longer automatically hard-wrapped.
Smooth scrolling (one line at a time) has become the default.
A newline character is no longer automatically added at end of buffer.
The line below the title bar is by default part of the editing space.
Option --breaklonglines (-b) turns automatic hard-wrapping back on.
Option --jumpyscrolling (-j) gives the chunky, half-screen scrolling.
Option --finalnewline (-f) brings back the automatic newline at EOF.
Option --emptyline (-e) leaves the line below the title bar unused.
and now do a linewise scroll instead of a findnext.
Any number of justifications can be undone (like all other operations).
When marked text is justified, it becomes a single, separate paragraph.
Option --guidestripe= draws a vertical bar at the given column.
Option --fill= no longer turns on automatic hard-wrapping.
When a line continues offscreen, it now ends with a highlighted " ".
The halfs of a split two-column character are shown as " " and " ".
A line now scrolls horizontally one column earlier.
The bindable functions 'cutwordleft' and 'cutwordright' were renamed
to 'chopwordleft' and 'chopwordright' as they don't use the cutbuffer.
The paragraph-jumping functions were moved from Search to Go-to-Line.
Option --rebinddelete is able to compensate for more misbindings.
Options --morespace and --smooth are obsolete and thus ignored.
The --disable-wrapping-as-root configure option was removed.
2.921 Nov 2017 07:45
0 "Eta" introduces the ability to record and
Replay keystrokes (M-: to start and stop recording, M-;
to play the macro back), makes Q and S do something.
Useful by default ( Q starts a backward search, and S
Saves the current file), changes W to start always a
Forward search, shows the number of open buffers (when
More than one) in the title bar, no longer asks to press
Enter when there are errors in an rc file, retires the.
Options '--quiet' and 'set quiet' and 'set backwards',
Makes indenting and unindenting undoable, will look in
XDG_CONFIG_HOME for a nanorc file and in XDG_DATA_HOME.
For the history files, adds a history stack for executed
Commands ( R X), does not overwrite the position-history
File of another nano, and a score of tiny.
2.802 Apr 2017 04:05
0 "Axat" makes it easier to move around in
Softwrapped lines: the Up and Down keys now step from
Visual row to visual row instead of jumping between
Logical lines, and the Home and End keys now move to
The start and end of a row, and only when already
There, then to the start and end of the logical line.
Furthermore, the screen can now scroll per row instead
of always per logical line. On an entirely different.
Front: nano now makes use of gnulib, to make it build
on more platforms. In short: there were many internal.
Changes, not many user-visible ones (apart form the
New softwrap navigation). The conversion to gnulib
Was done by Mike Frysinger, the softwrap overhaul by
2.729 Dec 2016 17:25
3 "Ontbijtkoek" wipes away a handful of :
Your editor is now able to handle filenames that contain
Newlines, avoids a brief flash of color when switching
Between buffers that are governed by different syntaxes,
Makes the Shift+Ctrl+Arrow keys select text again on a
Linux console, is more resistant against malformations
in the positionlog file, and does not crash when C is.
Typed on systems where it produces the code KEY_CANCEL.
Oh, and it no longer mistakenly warns about editing an.
Unlocked file just after saving a new one. That's it.
Tastes great with thick butter.
2.5.326 Feb 2016 19:45
Contains for like: stray cursor positioning
Errors, many many memory leaks including file reading,
Using the file browser, searching for multi-byte characters,
History completion, and many other places.
New features include the ability to trim whitespace.
From the ends of lines when justifying text, see nanorc(5)
Option justifytrim for deets. As always thank you for your
Continued support of nano, and keep sparing.
2.5.214 Feb 2016 00:25
This release includes
Several for various memory leaks, position history
Size growth, and a long standing with using
Nano under sudo creating root-owned files. There are also
The usual bevy of documentation and other miscellaneous
And touch ups. Upgrade today while supplies last,
Operators are standing by!
2.5.111 Jan 2016 07:05
It includes for a syntax-highlighting and a positionlog, it
Disables a time-eating multiline regex in the C syntax,
And it adds an escape hatch to the WriteOut menu when
--tempfile is used: the discardbuffer command, Q. It.
Also has translation updates for fifteen languages, and
a small in the softwrap code. So... you are heartily.
Invited to upgrade. Enjoy!
2.5.007 Dec 2015 19:25
is now available. Please note that as of this release.
There will no longer be separate stable and unstable
Branches. The development team will prioritize as
Needed, and make new releases in proportion to the
Severity of the which are.
This release includes many of the now in
2.4.3, as well as color synax highlighting improvements.
Undo, and many more improvements! Thank you for
2.429 Nov 2015 09:45
3 "Apocalypse" is now available for your
Downloading pleasure. This release includes a myriad
of including several memory leaks, with.
Color syntax higlighting, search/replace, file
Insertion and help menu. Many thanks to
Benno Schulenberg for tireless efforts on the vast.
Majority of for some time now. As always please
Report via the Savannah page, and remember to
Share and Enjoy.
2.4.207 Jul 2015 00:45
includes several fixes, including the ability to resize
when in modes other than the main editing window,
proper displaying of invalid UTF-8 bytes, new syntax
definitions for Elisp, Guile, and PostgreSQL, and
better display of shortcuts in the help menu and file
browser. Thanks for your patience and using nano!.
2.4.115 Apr 2015 17:45
includes several fixes for issues with the file browser
menu, linter and formatter functions, spell checker,
undo/redo with some specific marked-cutting situations,
and some small improvements to the color syntax
highlighting definitions. There are also various
documentation and code comment updates included, and
finally, fixes for compilation on non-GNU/Linux systems
and certain configure combinations. Toasters!.
2.4.024 Mar 2015 06:05
This is the first
stable release in many years, and brings together many
new features from the 2.3 series, including:
a fully functional undo system (now enabled by default),
vim-compatible file locking, linter support, formatter
support, syntax highlighting flexibility, and many fixes
for issues reported since 2.2.
2.3.99pre301 Mar 2015 00:45
This is likely
to be the last release before the nexy major
release. Please test it out and send us any feedback
via the Savannah bug page for nano
release includes fixes for rebinding toggles via
nanorc, several memory alignment fixes, and documentation
and build updates. As always thank you for using
nano - Share and Enjoy!
2.3.99pre208 Feb 2015 06:05
contains only fixes, including: a long-standing problem
with cutting in nano-tiny, several memory alignment
improvements, and issues with leftover file locks. Please
keep reporting bugs so we can geta happy and healthy
2.4.0 soon. Thanks for using nano!