A collaborative real-time editor is a kind of text editor that allows simultaneous editing of the same text by different participants using different computers.
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- Software that was designed for collaborative real-time editing of text
- Amy Editor is an collammers, supporting syntax highlighting, operates through a web browser. The software is open source.
- SubEthaEdit (Mac OS X)
- ACE (Linux, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X) is a free and easy-to-use collaborative text editor.
- Gobby (Linux, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X) is a free software, open source project. It is cross-platform (though Mac version requires X-windows and is not trivial to get working - v.0.2.0 as at 08Oct2005). First released in June 2005.
- MoonEdit (Linux, Microsoft Windows, FreeBSD) is free for non-commercial use, it allows basic collaborative editing
- Groove Networks contains a collaborative editing module.
- Chalks is a cross platform, free software, open source project currently in pre-alpha phase.
- Yarrr (☠) allows real time collaborative web-based editing and whiteboarding as a MediaWiki extension.
- oxyd  is a open-source web based collaborative editor in development as a Summer of Code  project.
- Marratech  is commercial software with a whiteboard function.
- LeoN, as described by its own site, is "a plugin for Leo to enable collaborative editing over the network."
- SIGSoft Editor is the early stages of a student-developed collaborative editor. (No working version as of January '06.)
- LivePad, "a near real-time web-based collaborative editor for Mozilla and its derivatives, like Mozilla Firefox."
- WriteURL, a free real-time collaborative editor that requires no registration. It uses web sockets, and node.js on the server.
- Web browser based collaborative real-time editing of documents
- JotSpot Live 
- SynchroEdit web-based application, currently in alpha release
- Collabedit real-time source code editor
- Squadreal-time source code editor
- beWeeVee co-operative editor based on Microsoft Silverlight
- Etherpad open source extremely fast and lightweight collaborative editor
- Firepad open source collaborative code / rich-text editor
- Other software that allows collaborative real-time editing
- GNU Emacs provides basic collaborative editing support under the X Window System, using the "make-frame-on-display" command.
- GNU Screen allows multiple users to share one console screen, but they have to share a single cursor.
- DocSynch  is a simple collaborative editing protocol using Internet Relay Chat. Only one author can write at a given time.
- Software that is collaborative but not real time
- Writeboard  This is just web based version control, not real time at all
- Writely  is a web browser based collaborative editor, syncs are 'every few seconds' rather than real time
- OpenEffort.com - free online collaboration platform for creating and publishing content.
- community-wiki: collaborative editor is a node page to coordinate the developement of collaborative editors.
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