Simple texteditor

Door Jazzy

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04-06-2005, 17:50

I'm setting up my harddisk system but now I want to edit the configfiles. That's a problem because I don't have an editor. I searched at funet but couldn't find anything.

Any ideas? I'm not a programmer (yet Smile) so basic functionality is enough.

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Van wolf_

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04-06-2005, 18:40

TED?
Copy Con? Smile

Van Haohmaru

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04-06-2005, 18:55

KID?

Van Jazzy

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04-06-2005, 22:31

TED?Of course but I couldn't find it on funet. I just found it by the way: www.funet.fi/pub/msx/mirrors/msx2.com/sources/riesvriend.zipCopy Con? :)I used that for the inital autoexec.bat but now I need to edit it. :)

I heard the name KID before but I simply cant find it: www.google.nl/search?hl=nl&rls=GGLD%2CGGLD%3A2004-20%2CGGLD%3Anl&q=kid+editor+msx&meta=

Van Sonic_aka_T

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04-06-2005, 23:19

Uhm, I really hope TED is now public domain... right?

Van Haohmaru

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04-06-2005, 23:40

KID is a DOS2 text editor that uses the entire 80 columns screen. I mostly use it to edit my Realtime Articles whenever I am using a MSX. However I completely forgot about where and how I got hold of it, sorry. All I know it's Japanese (judging by the documentation that came with it) and very useful to me.

Van Jazzy

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05-06-2005, 08:59

Uhm, I really hope TED is now public domain... right?Good question. I'd like to ask the maker but all the documentation is pre-email. Smile Anybody who knows how to make contact with J.R. de Boer?

Van HansO

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05-06-2005, 09:46

Uhm, I really hope TED is now public domain... right?Good question. I'd like to ask the maker but all the documentation is pre-email. Smile Anybody who knows how to make contact with J.R. de Boer?

The author of TED, Ries Vriend, has made all his MSX software, including TED, available as public domain/open source. In 2001 I have approached him, asked for and was given permission and then published all files at that moment in his possession. Actually, to get the files I bought his hardware including hard disk Smile
The MSX software section on my website: http://www.hansotten.com describes the archive.

Van ARTRAG

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05-06-2005, 09:51

Where is your website?

Van HansO

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05-06-2005, 09:58

Where is your website?
http://www.hansotten.com

Van Jazzy

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05-06-2005, 13:29

Uhm, I really hope TED is now public domain... right?Good question. I'd like to ask the maker but all the documentation is pre-email. Smile Anybody who knows how to make contact with J.R. de Boer?

The author of TED, Ries Vriend, has made all his MSX software, including TED, available as public domain/open source. In 2001 I have approached him, asked for and was given permission and then published all files at that moment in his possession. Actually, to get the files I bought his hardware including hard disk Smile
The MSX software section on my website: http://www.hansotten.com describes the archive. Hi Hans! Google led me to your site so I found the archive and the description. Thanks for the clarification about the permission.