Vital Inc. today began shipping
CRiSP, the first Mac version of its file editor that’s already available for Windows and Unix systems. CRiSP works on Mac OS X.
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Developed using Mac OS X’s Cocoa framework, CRiSP was developed for programmers looking for a powerful plain text file editor, according to Vital. CRiSP was originally modeled after another text editor called BRIEF, but now supports advanced features of various Unix and Windows editors.
CRiSP for Mac OS X supports drag and drop, syntax coloring with support for more than 80 languages, support for embedded script language, infinite undo, data mining for manipulation of large CSV files, large file support, tagging and cross-referencing browsing support, FTP editing and much more.
The Mac release includes a native Cocoa app, a version that runs in the X11 interface, and a console version. CRiSP costs US$150 per user for a single workstation license, or $175 per user in a networked environment. A free 21 day evaluation version is available for download.