|The Elvis Text Editor - a free vi clone for Unix and other operating systems||12/08/2012|
Sadly it seems like there is no active development on Elvis these days. One might say that this is OK, since Elvis is fairly feature complete and bug-free, however there is one thing it lacks painfully: unicode support.
Please note that the maintainer of these pages is not the author of Elvis. See the section What is Elvis? for more information.
This has happened to Elvis recently:
|2012-12-08||Unofficial builds based on the git repository available in the files section.|
|2011-12-22||Public git repository available with the source code versioned by the official releases.|
|2008-02-29||Will Rose has updated his GNOME UI patch for Elvis. See the download section for more.|
|2007-11-25||Will Rose contributed a GNOME UI patch for Elvis. See the download section for more.|
|2003-10-21||Elvis 2.2 final (including binaries for Win32, MSDOS and OS/2) released. See the download section for more.|
|2003-10-02||Elvis 2.2j beta (including binaries for Win32, MSDOS and OS/2) released. See the download section for more.|
|2003-07-30||Added links to the beta binaries in the download section.|
|2003-07-30||Elvis 2.2i beta released. See the download section for more.|
|2002-07-30||OS/2 version of Elvis 2.2h beta released.|
|2002-07-26||Elvis 2.2h beta released.|
And this is the current list of known and / or fixed Elvis bugs.