Dec 052017
Documentation for SEDT Editor for OS/2.
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Documentation for SEDT Editor for OS/2.
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README 2427 1000 deflated
RULER0.TXT 82 58 deflated
SEDT.DOC 21716 6656 deflated
SEDTMAN.EDT 170805 44840 deflated

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Sedt Editor

Freeware Program

Author: Anker Berg-Sonne

Sedt is a text editor for the IBM PC and compatibles
running DOS or OS/2, DEC Rainbow, ATARI ST, VAX/VMS and

Because of potential conflict of interest with my
employer I have made Sedt available at no charge for any use. It
may freely be distributed by making copies or any other form of
distribution. For Digital computer systems it will be made
available through the DECUS library. If you would like the
latest version directly from the author mail $25, to cover media,
postage and packaging, to Anker Berg-Sonne, 8 Middlemost Way,
Stow, MA 01775, U.S.A.. Distribution will be on 3 1/2" disks for
the ATARI ST and 5 1/4" disks for all other systems. Please
specify the density of the media.

Sedt is what it is because of a continuing, intense
dialog with the user base. If you have any suggestions for
improvement, or have found a problem, I am anxious to hear about
it. Please mail your thoughts to me at my home address. 8
Middlemost Way, Stow, MA 01775. I would appreciate your
cooperation in limiting telephone queries to an absolute minimum.

Development is done in my spare time and without
financial compensation of any sort. The primary limitation is
availability of equipment. If you really enjoy using Sedt and
want to see further enhancements and support of new hardware a
contribution will be greatly appreciated. Contributions are
entirely voluntary and will be applied exclusively to new
hardware and software purchases. Please mail the contribution to
Anker Berg-Sonne, 8 Middlemost Way, Stow, MA 01775, U.S.A..

For installation instructions read SEDT.DOC and for
complete documentation read SEDTMAN.EDT.

I hope you will enjoy the product.

Anker Berg-Sonne

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