Love it or hate it, vi is the text editor many grow to love. Vi is powerful, configurable and widely available - not just for Unix, clones exist for many platforms.

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BVI - Binary Visual Editor
The Bvi editor is a display-oriented editor for binary files, based on the Vi text editor.
The Elvis Text Editor Homepage
The homepage of a popular Vi clone available for many operating systems.
Emacs for Vi Users
Basic equivalent Emacs editor commands and operations for users of the Vi editor.
Graphical Vi-Vim Cheat Sheet
Tutorial based on the graphical cheat sheet created for people learning Vi or Vim.
jVi
jVi is a small subset of vim which is pluggable into Netbeans and JBuilder.
The Traditional Vi
BSD ex/vi 3.7 ported to modern Unix systems. The original Vi source code, with a few necessary modernizations.
Vi Editor
A repository of helpful tools selected to aide students learning how to use the Vi editor
The Vi Lover's Page
Overview covering history, versions of Vi, manuals, FAQs and other sites of interest.
Vi Reference
An expanded version of Maarten Litmaath's Vi Reference. More Ex commands and more examples.
Vi Survival Guide
Tutorial for new Vi users.
Vi Tutorial
A tutorial and user guide aimed at engineering students.
Vimperator
Free browser add-on for Firefox, which makes it look and behave like the Vim text editor.
The ViPowered!
Logo to use on web sites that are written and maintained with Vi.
WinVi
Free Notepad replacement highly compatible with the Vi editor issued under the GPL license.

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