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On Tue, Sep 1, 2015 at 11:30 PM, Nils Nordman <> wrote:

> On behalf of the Howl developers, I'm happy to announce the 0.3 release
> of the Howl editor!
> If you haven't heard about the Howl editor before, it's a general
> purpose, text oriented editor that aims to be both light-weight and
> fully customizable. It's built on top of the LuaJIT runtime, and can be
> extended in either Lua or Moonscript. It's developed under Linux, and
> features an interface similar to that of Emacs and Vim.
> 0.3 comes with the ability to easily launch external commands from
> within the editor, vastly improved search and replace commands featuring
> interactive previews, file previews for opening project files, and much
> more. The full release announcement, with highlights and the full
> changelog since 0.2.1, is available here:
> For more information about the Howl editor, you can visit

Has been added for the next release of the Where Lua Is Used page at

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