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vi editor for dos

Posted on 1998-06-09
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I am looking for a freeware/shareware dos based vi style editor. I know they exist, but have not had
any luck finding one on the web. I want it to use the same commands (as much as possible)

Tex
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frederico earned 10 total points
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You should have take a bigger effort.
go to www.altavista-digital.com
search for

+vi +dos +editor +unix

you get among other
VI  LOVERS HOME PAGE
http://www.cs.vu.nl/~tmgil/vi/vi.html
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Hey, I just don't have enough time to look. Thanks for the help I'm going to try it out.

Tex
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