MS-DOS and Windows editor which emulates mainframe Xedit
Author: Mansfield Software Homepage: http://www.kedit.com Family: IbmEditorFamily, MainframeEditorFamily License: Commercial Platform: Windows, MsDos
This is a member of the IbmEditorFamily though not produced by IBM.
It uses a built-in MacroLanguage called "KEXX" which is a derivative of RexxLanguage. It also supports an external Rexx interpreter so that you can use Rexx facilities not included in KEXX. This allows you to extend the editor with your own features. Thankfully, folks have already written lots of macros.
In particular, they have cool macros like COLS.
While KEDIT is missing major XEDIT functionality, e.g., prefix macros, it also has functionality not present in XEDIT, e.g., user-defined keyboard mapping.