Crisp Text Editor
Crisp is sold with a variety of license arrangements. The one that will be of interest to most Linux users will be the single-user, single-execution license. The price for this will probably be $99US for either the character or
X-Windows version, and the manual (useful, but not essential) will be another $40. The international agent
for Crisp is Vital, and they can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Robert Broughton (email@example.com) has been developing software for 22 years, and has been using Linux since February, 1993. He is employed by Zadall Systems Group, in Burnaby, BC, Canada.
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