emacs-like editor

vischne@ibm.net vischne@ibm.net
Sat Jan 31 16:42:00 GMT 1998

>   Sergey Okhapkin (sos@buggy.prospect.com.ru) wrote:
>John Kubiatowicz wrote:
>> More importantly, however, is there a GNUWIN version of emacs?  I would
>> really like to be able to use it in TTY mode remotely, and the version
>> of NTEMACS at that sight (which is quite good otherwise), doesn't handle
>> gnuwin's ttys...
>The work on porting Xemacs to cygwin32 is in progress. Look into the latest (20
>.5-b22) Xemacs sources.
Actually, micro-emacs, available from the Programmer's Workshop in Lafayette,
Indiana, is a freeware port of emacs that comes in a Dos version that runs
in a Dos window and a Windows version that lets you use the emacs keys you
know and love or the Windows toolbar.

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