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Text Editors in Ruby

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0.43
A pure Ruby text editor
 Popularity
Downloads
196,383
Stars
1,015
Forks
153
Watchers
42
 Releases
Current version
0.13
Total releases
47
First release
Latest release
 Activity
Issue Closure Rate
25%
Pull Request Acceptance Rate
67%
Average date of last 50 commits
more than 2 years ago
Reverse Dependencies
0
0.06
Desktop-style, Intuitive, Commandline Editor in Ruby. 'Better than nano, simpler than vim.'
 Popularity
Downloads
183,664
Stars
107
Forks
10
Watchers
5
 Releases
Current version
0.3.0
Total releases
107
First release
Latest release
 Activity
Issue Closure Rate
46%
Pull Request Acceptance Rate
25%
Average date of last 50 commits
more than 2 years ago
Reverse Dependencies
0
0.04
Diakonos is a customizable, usable console-based text editor.
 Popularity
Downloads
24,969
Stars
122
Forks
9
Watchers
6
 Releases
Current version
0.8.11
Total releases
9
First release
Latest release
 Activity
Issue Closure Rate
71%
Pull Request Acceptance Rate
66%
Average date of last 50 commits
more than 2 years ago
Reverse Dependencies
0
0.03
Arcadia IDE
 Popularity
Downloads
112,621
 Releases
Current version
1.1.1
Total releases
33
First release
Latest release
 Activity
Reverse Dependencies
0
0.0
Ruber is a Ruby editor for KDE 4 written in pure ruby, making use of the excellent ruby bindings for KDE 4 (korundum). Ruber is plugin-based, meaning that almost all its functionality is provided by plugins. This has two important consequences: 1) A user can write plugins having availlable all the features availlable to the Ruber developers. In other words, there's not a plugin-specifi API 2) Users can write plugins which replace some of the core functionality of \ Ruber. For example, a user can create a plugin which replaces the default plugin to run ruby programs
 Popularity
Downloads
14,563
 Releases
Current version
0.0.10
Total releases
7
First release
Latest release
 Activity
Reverse Dependencies
0