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SETEDIT is an open source, multi-platform clone of the editor of Borland's Turbo* IDEs, with several improvements. According to the project page, it was started in 1996. It is not vi or emacs, but may be familiar to DOS users, as noted in reviews. It is the editor used by RHIDE.
- "SETEDIT, a friendly text editor".
- David L. Farquhar (June 10, 2002). "A DOS-style editor for Linux".
- "DJGPP FAQ -- What Files to Download?". April 2001.
- "Free Software for DOS — Programming Languages and Tools". August 21, 2006.
- "FreeDOS Documentation Project - General_Information/187".
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