Welcome to the CRiSP website. This website contains information on the following products:


CRiSP is modern day editor which provides a powerful and efficient way to edit files. CRiSP is not just a programmers editor but a replacement for the many other editors on your system, whether that be commercial or open source.

CRiSP allows an arbitrary number of files to be edited (each of which can be an arbitrary size). Efficient use of the keyboard ensures most actions are a single keyboard action. CRiSP supports a full GUI experience along with a mouseless-experience, and can run inside a terminal window (e.g. an xterm or CMD.EXE).

CRiSP is also portable - it runs on all the common platforms - all Unix/Linux systems, MacOSX and Windows.

CRiSP combines the best features of a GUI application, and common editing commands from "Vi", "Emacs", "Visual Studio" along with unique and powerful commands.

You can do batch editing, or create your own keystroke macros, or create programming language macros to automate repeated tasks.

Buy or download CRiSP

CRiSP can be downloaded from the download page. The software is fully functional and comes with a 21-day evaluation license. If you wish to purchase CRiSP then you can do so, either via paypal or from one of the outlets listed on the contacts page.

To purchase or donate on any of the Foxtrot/CRiSP products, visit the "buy-now" page.

Blog CRiSP blog - random technical musings.
DTrace DTrace for Linux -- downloads. (See blog for more details on current status and past updates).
News Latest information on CRiSP releases, patches, bug reports
Release notes See what's been happening to CRiSP in the various releases and updates.
Website news Information about changes to this WEB site.
Downloads Early access to new CRiSP releases.
FAQ Frequently asked questions.
Features CRiSP Features summary list.
Platforms Information about supported platforms.
Snapshots Some sample screen snapshots.
Tools Selection of tools to compliment CRiSP, including a color terminal emulator for running character mode CRiSP on Unix systems.
Contacts Contact information for sales & support
Other This page has information about non-CRiSP activities and projects. If you don't know what to expect then you probably won't be interested in it!