I'm forced to use windows NT, but I would still like to use vi. Has
anyone found a version of vi that works on 32 bit windows and handles
long file names.
I stumbled across a really fine implementation of vi which runs on Windows
NT 4.0 just fine. It handles long file names, and is a true vi, but also
has a windows-style menu at the top.
What's weird is where I found it. It came with my copy of Watcom C/C++. We
use Borland C++ 5.02, and I wanted to try Watcom. For various reasons, that
issue is still in doubt, but strictly coincidentally I got that really
slick vi. I use it quite often (we bounce around between SCO UNIX, XENIX,
AIX, DOS, W95 and NT, so it's nice to have a universal editor).
I'd be glad to send you a copy, but I don't think I can get away with
that. The gendarmes might incarcerate me. Why not inquire at
www.powersoft.com? Watcom is a Powersoft product, and I assume the NT vi is
It was almost worth the $185 I spent to get Watcom C/C++, to get this very
> John Peiffer
: I'm forced to use windows NT, but I would still like to use vi. Has
: anyone found a version of vi that works on 32 bit windows and handles
: long file names.
and look in the directories:
In /pub/elvis you'll find elvis 2.0, sources and msdos and Windoze95
binaries. In /pub/elvis/unreleased you'll find Elvis 2.1g beta, also
sources, messydos and windoze95 binaries. I use the 2.1g version as
my daily vi editor, find it very stable. The win32 version of 2.1 is
much better than the 2.0, so you'll probably find it more suited to
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Hi every one,
I have installed Solaris 9 on a Sun Sparc E220R. When I installed, it asked
me whether you want 32 bit or 64/32 bit support. I select 32/64 bit support
and I was assuming that it will boot in 64 bit, but when system booted after
the installation, it was in 32 bit mode.
Can I force the system to boot in 64 bit mode or there is any other way ...
Regards and thanks in advance for the advise.
11. 32 bit or 64 bit