The Simple Line Editor or SLED
Author: Eric Lorenzo Lim Homepage: http://www.starsol.org/sled/ (404 - 05/04/09 - DMcCunney) Download: http://sites.google.com/site/texteditors/Home/files/sled1.1.3.tar.gz (C source) http://sites.google.com/site/texteditors/Home/files/sled1.1.3.solaris.tar.gz (Solaris binaries) Family: UnixEditorFamily Platform: Unix License: Open source
From the Homepage:
"SLED is short for Simple Line EDitor which I developed for use as our email text editor.
SLED is no-frills and easy to use. It is designed for writing simple emails. It ignores control characters but understands function keys. If a function key is pressed which SLED does not use, it ignores it instead of accepting the function key sequences as user text entry. Try to use the Arrow-Keys in Pico to see what I mean.
It does not wrap-around but it handles text files greater than the screen columns by doing horizontal scrolling.
SLED is *NOT* a powerful text editor, if you need a powerful editor, use 'vi'.
I'm making the full source code available for free in the spirit of Open Source and I hope it will be useful to other users."