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This one is becoming my new addiction:
http://www.vicoapp.com/
 
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Interesting. I couldn't find the license terms on that site. Is it open source? commercial?

I consider myself a mid-level vi/vim user. No problem with using regex for substitution, but not fully up to vi/vim crazyness. Currently I use vim in the terminal shell.
 
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The application expires every two weeks and you will need to download it again.
I'm not sure about the license, the source code isn't available AFAIK. It is free now but I guess it is going to be a commercial product in the future.
 
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