DOS/Win3.X Text Editors

From: Vintage Computer Festival <>
Date: Fri Feb 4 09:53:36 2005

On Thu, 3 Feb 2005, Tom Jennings wrote:

> There's a vi (or vim) for windows, and I'm fairly certain there's one
> for DOS. Not too bad. vi is a bit ugly, but it's small, very widely used
> (available on every unix/linux machine, ever) and while obtuse, easy
> enough to learn the basics.

I've got a decent VI editor for DOS that I always installed with a bunch
of other utilities (but that got used the most). If anyone wants it I'll
send it. It's nice because it takes advantage of the PC cursor keys and
works rather intuitively.

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