Found my favorite DOS editor

ben bfranchuk at
Wed Sep 29 13:25:16 CDT 2021

On 2021-09-29 10:16 a.m., Liam Proven via cctalk wrote:

> But really nothing to love. Then I learned VAX/VMS at Uni and I didn't
> love EDT, although later I learned Edlin on DOS in my first job, and
> that made me miss EDT very badly.
> I think it was probably only when DR-DOS and MS-DOS 5+ included decent
> full-screen CUA editors that I actually found ones I _liked_ using.
> Which is why I want to properly CUA-ify Emacs -- and *no* cua-mode is
> _not_ an acceptable answer -- but dear hypothetical deities, the
> resistance from the Emacs fans... yeesh.

I like TERSE for dos. A 4096 byte sized editor for DOS.
64Kb files only, but good for editing from a floppy
when we had them. Still can be found on the web.

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