Mutt Editor II, an Emacs variant with a hybrid macro language
Author: Craig Durland Homepage: http://www.zenkinetic.com Download: http://archives.scovetta.com/pub/simtelnet/msdos/editor/me_cd25.zip(MS-DOS version) http://www.umich.edu/~archive/atari/Editors/Mutt/ (AtariST? port, with source) (ZOO archives) https://sites.google.com/site/texteditors/Home/files/me2b_pl7.7z (Binaries in z7 archive) https://sites.google.com/site/texteditors/Home/files/me2s_pl7.7z (Source in 7z archive) Family: EmacsFamily Platform: AIX, Atari, BSD, HP-UX, MS-DOS, OS/2, OSF/POSIX License: Public Domain
Craig Finseth's Emacs FAQ lists the homepage an FTP site for the source, but the link is dead (CD no longer works @HP). The Download links point to a v2.5 version for MS-DOS on a Simtel mirror and a University of Michigan site for the Atari version.)
Craig (Durland) released new versions until at least version 3.6 in 1995. The editor is small-footprint and fairly GNU-emacs compatible. Binaries are typically under 150k for the editor + 50k for the byte-compiler. Supports registers, including rectangular registers, multiple windows, dynamic search, etc.