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Changes since v.0.01  --- sted v. 0.3.0 ---

v.0.3.0, 6 July 1998.

- Some PD patches from Ričardas Čepas <rch@WriteMe.Com>
Wide/multi-byte character support, at least on Linux console.
Proper tab handling. Read files with no newline at the end.
Locale's yesstr/nostr. Insert/delete line.

v.0.2.2, 17th May 1998.

- Fixed the Makefile. The problem was that I had used spaces, instead
of tabs, as separators. This also led me to the next point...

- Fixed that tab handling in sted a little bit. I wouldn't say it works
in a nice way, because I haven't found a good solution to the tabs 
problem yet, sted still sees them as a bunch of spaces, but I save them
as real tabs, so files created with sted should look okay in other
editors as well, now.

- Rewrote the save_file() function a bit too.

v.0.2.1, 12th May 1998.

- Fixed a little bug that meant you couldn't open a file from the
command line without also starting sted in psychedelic mode. Stupid.

v.0.2, 11th May 1998.

- Added psychedelic mode, which simply means that the text changes colour
every time you hit a key. Start sted with the argument -p to see what
it's like.

- Added longer line lengths. The screen scrolls if you type a line that is
longer than the screen is wide. I don't know if this is the best solution,
but I haven't seen it in any other Linux text editor, so if anyone wants
it, here's an editor that does it. 

- You can now use Backspace when you're typing in a filename, to correct 
typos.

- Fixed a stupid line lengths bug, that meant you couldn't load some of
the files that you saved. 

- Cleaned the code up a bit, but it's still very ugly.

v.0.01, 9th May 1998.