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ZILE(1)				 User Commands			       ZILE(1)

NAME
       Zile - Zile Is Lossy Emacs

SYNOPSIS
       zile [OPTION-OR-FILENAME]...

DESCRIPTION
       Zile  is	 a  lightweight	 Emacs clone that provides a subset of Emacs's
       functionality suitable for basic	editing.

       Run Zile, the lightweight Emacs clone.

       Initialization options:

       --no-init-file, -q
	      do not load ~/.zile

       --funcall, -f FUNC
	      call Zile	Lisp function FUNC with	no arguments

       --load, -l FILE
	      load Zile	Lisp FILE using	the load function

       --help display this help	message	and exit

       --version
	      display version information and exit

       Action options:

       FILE   visit FILE using find-file

       +LINE FILE
	      visit FILE using find-file, then go to line LINE

       Exit status is 0	if OK, 1 if it cannot start up,	for example because of
       an  invalid  command-line  argument, and	2 if it	crashes	or runs	out of
       memory.

FILES
       ~/.zile -- user's Zile init file

       /usr/local/share/doc/zile/dotzile.sample	-- which contains some	useful
       code for	the init file.

AUTHOR
       Zile  was written by Sandro Sigala, David A. Capello and	Reuben Thomas.
       The Lisp	interpreter is based on	code by	Scott Lawrence.

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to bug-zile@gnu.org.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2014 Free Software	Foundation, Inc.  GNU Zile comes  with
       ABSOLUTELY  NO WARRANTY.	 You may redistribute copies of	Zile under the
       terms of	the GNU	General	Public License.	 For  more  information	 about
       these matters, see the file named COPYING.

SEE ALSO
       emacs(1)

GNU Zile 2.4.14			  August 2020			       ZILE(1)

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