The Thomson-Davis Editor
Maintainer: Jason Hood Homepage: http://tde.adoxa.vze.com Download: http://rugxulo.googlepages.com/tdelinux.gz (3rd party static Linux build) Mailing list: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/tdejmh Family: IbmEditorFamily, CuaFamily, WordStarFamily License: Public Domain, with C source available Platform: MsDos, Windows, Linux Screenshot:
As it says on the website:
TDE allows for remapping of the keyboard, including assigning two-key and three-key combinations to commands. TDE can handle piped input and has a modest macro language. It is possible to compare differences between 2 buffers or files. Built-in ASCII charts, nice ASCII design capabilities. TDE lets you change the typing direction from left-to-right to right-to-left (helpful for Hebrew, Arabic, etc.), or even straight-down in a vertical column (helpful if you're creating crossword puzzles or doing a line drawing). Supports IBM-OEM graphics characters (single-line and double-line) for diagrams. Change the line endings (Unix/DOS) on the fly, show embedded TABs and actual End-Of-Line to discover trailing spaces.
NB: the static Linux build has issues. It pegs the CPU at 100%. Jason confirms that it is polling the keyboard, which is responsible for the problem, but isn't sure how to fix it.