OverviewThe te text editor is small, humble, and useful.
It's screen oriented, and can be easily adapted to a lot of computers.
Originally designed for CP/M computers, it has been successfully ported to Windows, GNU/Linux and DOS.
It can be easily adapted to a wide range of machines and/or operating systems, by editing a small source code file, in order to tell the program the screen size, and to write three or four tiny C functions to clear the screen, etc.
This text editor can be very useful in small environments, rescue disks, etc.
Current CP/M adaptations are:
- Amstrad PCW and CP/M Plus (31x90 VT52 like terminal).
- Amstrad CPC and CP/M Plus (24x80 VT52 like terminal).
- Spectrum +3 and CP/M Plus (23x51 VT52 like terminal).
- K. Murakami's CP/M emulator (25x80 VT100/Ansi).
- Takeda Toshiya's CP/M emulator (25x80 VT100/Ansi).
- Generic 25x80 VT100 and WordStar keys.
- Kaypro II, 4 and 10 (24x80 ADM-3A like terminal), contributed by Stephen S. Mitchell (thanks!).
Adaptations for other OS are:
- Windows 32 bit (25x80), compiled with Pelles C and its 'conio.h' library.
- DOS (25x80), compiled with Turbo C, and its 'conio.h' library.
- GNU/Linux (24x80), compiled with GCC and ncurses.
The CP/M version is developed using MESCC (Mike's Enhanced Small C Compiler - my own version of Small C).