teco for Linux
pechter at gmail.com
Sun Nov 13 22:39:17 CST 2005
Chuck Guzis wrote:
>On 11/13/2005 at 10:10 PM Bill Sudbrink wrote:
>>Uh, no, I meant ex, the line level editor that runs under vi.
>>When you can't even get vi to run right (termcaps messed up
>>or, in one case I experienced, most control characters being
>>filtered/screwed up between me and the system I was trying to
>>edit a text file on) give ex a try.
>Wonder if TECO was ever ported to Linux?
Well... not Linux -- but Unix in general. Hit google for teco and Unix
and source and you hit a number of versions. Pete Siemsen had one
This directory contains TECO-C, a version of TECO written in C.
It was written in C so the author could move comfortably from VAX/VMS
to various other machines, including MicroVaxes, which couldn't execute
TECO-11 prior to VMS 5.0 because they don't support PDP-11 compatibility
mode. TECO32, distributed with v5.0, solved this problem.
And there are others...
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