uEmacs/Pk 4.0.15 on Linux
|Developer(s)||Dave Conroy, Daniel M. Lawrence|
4.0 / March 20, 1996
|Written in||ANSI C|
MicroEMACS is a small, portable Emacs-like text editor originally written by Dave Conroy in 1985, and further developed by Daniel M. Lawrence (1958–2010) and was maintained by him. MicroEMACS has been ported to many operating systems, including CP/M, MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows, VAX/VMS, Atari ST, AmigaOS, OS-9, and various Unix-like operating systems.
Variants of MicroEMACS also exist, such as mg, a more GNU Emacs-compatible editor. Many relationships to vi can also be found in MicroEMACS. The vi clone vile was based on an older version of MicroEMACS.
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- Daniel Lawrence's MicroEMACS site
- MicroEMACS 4.0 manual
- Daniel Lawrence's MicroEMACS source updated for 64-bit Windows
- MicroEMACS binaries site
- JASSPA MicroEmacs site
- vile (VI Like Emacs) site
- Emacs Wiki
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