AMP is a console text-editor, written in Rust and lightweight. Implements mode-based keyboard interface, similar to VIM. Comes with file management and a few IDE capabilities. Avoids over-configurability, but allows YAML-based key mapping for e.g. macros.
0.4.111 Jul 2018 03:15
Scopes were bleeding into one another; we now defer to HighlightIterator.
See https://github.com/jmacdonald/amp//22 for details.
0.4.007 Jun 2018 03:15
Application event loop is now threaded.
Most notably, open mode indexing is now run in a separate thread.
Scrolling is now line wrap-aware.
View now redraws when terminal is resized.
Search/select modes now have empty state messages.
e.g. open mode will now display "Enter a query" rather than "No results" when no query is present.
Open mode now displays its path when indexing.
Escape in normal mode now scrolls cursor to center, via new default keybinding.
app_dirs dependency bumped to a version that compiles on newer versions of Rust.
Type-specific configuration now supports full filenames (e.g. "Makefile").
0.3.427 Feb 2018 03:15
Added the ability to save new buffers without paths (created in normal mode
using the `B` key binding); a new "path" mode prompts before saving.
Added the ability to load user/custom themes from the `themes` configuration
Added a benchmark for buffer rendering.
Bumped native clipboard library dependency.
Added semi-colon delete key binding to select line mode.
0.3.302 Feb 2018 03:15
buffer::backspace command no longer switches to insert mode.
(this is relegated to the default keymap).
Invalid keymap configurations now display the offending mode.
0.3.227 Jan 2018 22:03
Case-insensitive open mode search with uppercase characters. Add class and struct identifiers to symbol mode whitelist. Documentation and README updates.