Dec 052017
Great editor, works under OS/2, ATARI ST, Unix.
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Great editor, works under OS/2, ATARI ST, Unix.
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Contents of the README file

STEVIE Source Release

This is a source release of the STEVIE editor, a public domain clone
of the UNIX editor 'vi'. The program was originally developed for the
Atari ST, but has been ported to UNIX and OS/2 as well.

To compile STEVIE, you'll also need Henry Spencer's regular expression

The files included in this release are:

This file.

Reference manual for STEVIE. Assumes familiarity with vi.

Quick overview of the major data structures used.

Tips for porting STEVIE to other systems.

Makefiles for OS/2, UNIX System V, and the Atari ST respectively.

System-dependent routines for the same.

alloc.c ascii.h cmdline.c edit.c fileio.c help.c hexchars.c
keymap.h linefunc.c main.c mark.c misccmds.c normal.c param.c
param.h ptrfunc.c screen.c search.c stevie.h term.h

C source and header files for STEVIE.

To compile STEVIE for one of the provided systems:

1. Compile the regular expression library and install as
appropriate for your system.

2. Edit the file 'stevie.h' to set the system defines as needed.

3. Check the makefile for your system, and modify as needed.

4. Compile.

Good Luck...

Tony Andrews

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