DOS/Win3.X Text Editors

From: Scott Stevens <>
Date: Fri Feb 4 22:32:42 2005

On Fri, 4 Feb 2005 03:03:55 -0500 (EST)
der Mouse <> wrote:

> > Everyone's got their favorite editor, the biggest fanatical base I
> > know of is the emacs crowd. emacs contains an entire lisp
> > interpreter and will do just about anything (read mail, manage
> > files,...) but it's a bit ponderous.
> And one of my pet peeves is people who assume that "emacs" means GNU
> Emacs. Your description sounds like the GNU one, but not like any
> other emacs I'm aware of, historical or current. It most certainly
> doesn't describe the Gosling variant I use.

Is there a Gosling emacs source tarball that I can get somewhere that
will build on a modern UNIX, i.e. on my NetBSD boxes? It's something I
would really like to try.

Received on Fri Feb 04 2005 - 22:32:42 GMT

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