Version 0.97-13 of the JED programmer's editor is available from
space.mit.edu in pub/davis/jed. It is also available at the European mirror
site ftp.uni-stuttgart.de:/pub/unix/misc/slang. JED runs under Unix, VMS,
MSDOS, MSWINDOWS, and OS/2. Precompiled executables are available for MSDOS
(real mode: jed.exe, dpmi: jed386.exe) and MSWINDOWS (wjed.exe).
JED enjoys the following features:
* Color syntax highlighting on color terminals, e.g., Linux console or a
remote color terminal via dialup (as well as Xjed).
* Emulation of Emacs, EDT, Wordstar, and Brief editors.
+ The GNU Emacs emulation is perhaps the best emulation of Emacs by
any non GNU Emacs editor available.
* Extensible in a language resembling C. Completely customizable.
* Capable of read GNU info files from within JED's info browser
* A variety of programming modes (with syntax highlighting) are
available including C, C++, FORTRAN, TeX, HTML, SH, IDL, DCL, NROFF...
* Edit TeX files with AUC-TeX style editing (BiBTeX support too).
* Asynchronous subprocess support.
* Built-in support for the GPM mouse driver on Linux console.
* Abbreviation mode and Dynamic abbreviation mode.
* Also compiles and runs under VMS, OS/2, MSDOS, MS Windows.
* 8 bit clean with mutekey support.
* Rectangular cut/paste; regular expressions; incremental searches;
search replace across multiple files; multiple windows; multiple
buffers; shell modes; directory editor (dired); mail; rmail; ispell;
and much, much more.