Unity Programmer's Editor - Shareware text editor for MS-DOS
Author: Ross Neilson Wentworth
Unity Programmer's Editor is appropriately named. It easily unites all of your programming tools into an intuitive programmer's environment. Unity will automatically select the correct tool for the job, such as an assembler for an ASM file, a Pascal compiler for a PAS file, etc.
Major features of Unity:
- Shell to most any command-line compiler and programming tools; preconfigured for Turbo Pascal, Turbo Assembler, Turbo Debugger, Turbo Profiler, and many others.
- You don't compile blind! You can watch what your compiler is doing, unlike Brief which redirects the output to a file but doesn't echo it to the screen.
- Shell to DOS.
- Execute "work" program.
- Jump to line where errors occurred when compiling or assembling.
- Display the compiler error message on the status line.
- Multiple file editing (Unity supports up to six windows).
- Edit the same file in multiple windows - changes are communicated across windows.
- User extensible video adapter support.
- Use as little memory as possible when shelling. Expanded memory, extended memory (with an XMS driver), and disk swapping are supported.