So micro emacs is not 1 specific program. There are a few different micro emacs-es. The common ones (or at least those I have heard of) are emacs/pk (By Linus Torvalds) and Mg (From the OpenBSD project). When I refer to micro emacs I am usually referring to my fork of the latter. This article is basically just going to be running down the changes I made and why I made them
This is probably the main reason. I really hate the way that cutting behaviour works in emacs. Specifically how the commonly used keybindings for deleting words M-d and M-
The original modeline in micro emacs was a bit bloated I feel. Especially the indicators for saving and read only on the left. I have simplified that to an '!' when there is unsaved changes and '(R)' when the file is read only. There was also a 'mode' indicator but there aren't any modes outside of 'C-mode' which doesn't make any significant changes as far as I can tell. So I removed the mode indicator and C-mode.
This doesn't really deserve there is a need for this to have its own heading but I moved the 'go to top' and 'go to bottom' commands to
C-x t and
C-x C-b is still used for switching buffers.
You can download it here