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MicroEMACS - Other Text Editors
This page describes and provides links to interesting and widely ported text editors other than MicroEMACS. I
realize that they are few and far between, but that is also another
reason to list them here.
- JASSPA Distribution of MicroEMACS Official Site
- JASSPA Distribution of MicroEMACS `99 Beta
- JASSPA Distribution of MicroEMACS `98
- A much enhanced version of the Daniel Lawrence's original MicroEmacs
3.8 of 1988. It is stressed that although Daniel Lawrence's 3.8 version
was used as a base, he has had no involvement in the development of this
- An Emacs editor biased towards UNIX users, working across platforms
by providing a consistent interface under UNIX, Microsoft Windows
'95/'98/NT and DOS operating systems.
- Fully featured editor, retaining the lightness of the original
MicroEmacs 3.8 with much enhanced capability.
- Small memory and disk footprint.
- CRiSP text editor
- CRiSP is a modern file editor suitable for developers and other
professionals who need to edit files on multiple Unix and Windows
platforms. It incorporates most of the advanced concepts of vi, Emacs,
BRIEF and various Windows products while presenting the most intuitive
user interface possible.
- The VIM (Vi IMproved) Home Page
- VIM is an improved version of the editor "vi", one of the standard
text editors on UNIX systems. VIM adds many of the features that you
would expect in an editor: Unlimited undo, sytax coloring, split
windows, visual selection, gui support, and much more. VIM runs on many
operating systems and is FREE.
For information regarding this page, contact
Dana French ( email@example.com )
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