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|Original author(s)||Russ Nelson|
1.6G / 1999
|Operating system||MS-DOS, FreeDOS|
Freemacs is a small, programmable computer text editor for MS-DOS with some degree of compatibility with GNU Emacs. Written by Russ Nelson and later maintained by Jim Hall, Freemacs is currently distributed under the GPL in the FreeDOS project.
Freemacs' executable binary, in the current 1.6 version, is only ~21k in size. Most features are implemented in MINT (Mint Is Not Trac), whose role is akin to that of Emacs Lisp as used by other implementations of Emacs.
The most recent version of Freemacs is 1.6G, released in 1999.
- Freemacs, an Extensible Editor for MS-DOS
- "Freemacs". FreeDOS - Software List. freedos.org.
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