Screen oriented version of classic UNIX editor "ed". Command syntax is similar to ed but with full visual interface, built-in help. History starts in early 1980, so, no UTF-8 or anything similar - stick to your ASCII :-)
Clone of joe, visual text editor - but for me, with more sane key bindings, movement based around "S" key, commands based around CTRL-K and CTRL-Q shortcuts, UTF-8 support, syntax highlighting, million features. This is currently my main editor of choice for all html editing and phlog posting.
Elvis - editor from which vim started to develop. So, working with elvis (at least some basic stuff) is very similar to work with vi/vim (noticed "vi" in elvis word?). So why not to use vim? Well, because it is not that fun, right? Why would like to use an editor with full UTF-8 support, spell check, a lot of plugins and features when you can use its distant relative with no features? :-D
made in jupp