Vigor is a clone of vi for UNIX that adds, as a joke, a cruel parody of Clippit, the Microsoft Office assistant. The name is a portmanteau of vi (the name of the original text editor) and Igor, Dr. Frankenstein's assistant. Vigor was written by Joel Ray "Piquan" Holveck in Sunnyvale, California, and the logo for Vigor was created by Tom Mulder. Vigor has spawned ports to other text editors as well, including Vim. There is also a Vigor visualization plugin for the audio player XMMS.
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... Son of Raynaud Vigor, a court physician, he went to Paris about 1520, where his studies included Greek, Hebrew, and Latin later he devoted himself to theology ... (1562) between the Catholics and the Calvinists, defended by Theodore Beza and others, Vigor was one of those chosen to defend the Catholic cause in the name of the Sorbonne ... On his return to France, Vigor became pastor of the Church of St ...
... Vigor was venerated in Normandy and churches were dedicated to him there ... Saint Vigor is mentioned in the life (vita) of Saint Paternus ... Statue of Saint Vigor Église St Vigor Neau Fresco at the Church of St Vigor de Neau Église Saint-Vigor at Marly-le-Roi ...
... John Vigor Brown (18 June 1854 – 2 September 1942), known as Vigor Brown, was a New Zealand Member of Parliament for Napier, in the North Island ...
... After the war, in 1921 three teams had risen up Vigor, Bencivegna and Drepanum ... During the 1921–22 season Vigor finished 6th in the Sicilian section of the national championship of the C.C.I ... On 22 January 1923 a fusion took place between Vigor and Drepanum, the club decided to revive the previous name U.S ...
... Vigor is a clone of vi for UNIX that adds, as a joke, a cruel parody of Clippit, the Microsoft Office assistant ... Vigor was written by Joel Ray "Piquan" Holveck in Sunnyvale, California, and the logo for Vigor was created by Tom Mulder ... Vigor has spawned ports to other text editors as well, including Vim ...
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