Zile is a lightweight clone of the Emacs text editor.
Start a buffer for temporary notes, which won't be saved
Open a file
Save a file
Open a file at a specified line number
Zile is a lightweight Emacs clone that provides a subset of Emacs's functionality suitable for basic editing.
Run Zile, the lightweight Emacs clone.
- --no-init-file, -q
do not load ~/.zile
- --funcall, -f FUNC
call Zile Lisp function FUNC with no arguments
- --load, -l FILE
load Zile Lisp FILE using the load function
display this help message and exit
display version information and exit
visit FILE using find-file
- +LINE FILE
visit FILE using find-file, then go to line LINE
Exit status is 0 if OK, 1 if it cannot start up, for example because of an invalid command-line argument, and 2 if it crashes or runs out of memory.
~/.zile — user's Zile init file
/usr/share/doc/zile/dotzile.sample — which contains some useful code for the init file.
Report bugs to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copyright © 2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc. GNU Zile comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. You may redistribute copies of Zile under the terms of the GNU General Public License. For more information about these matters, see the file named COPYING.
Zile was written by Sandro Sigala, David A. Capello and Reuben Thomas. The Lisp interpreter is based on code by Scott Lawrence.