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On Friday March 21, 2008 guest (guest) said:
This is NOT abandonware! It is still being developed as free, open source software. The latest version is available at: geocities.com/jadoxa/tde/
There is also a Yahoo group called tdejmh.
Here's the official blurb about the editor:
"TDE is a simple, public domain, multi-file/multi-window binary and text file editor written for IBM PCs and close compatibles running DOS, Win32 (console) or Linux. TDE is suitable for editing batch files, binary files, text files, and various computer language source code files (with configurable syntax highlighting). The only limit on the number and size of files that TDE can handle is the amount of memory. Likewise, the only limit on the number of windows is the amount of memory. There is no preset maximum number of files or windows that may be open at any one time."
On Thursday November 22, 2007 guest (guest) said:
Syntax highlight, file grep, nice cmdline, diff viewing, workspaces, multiple windows and/or buffers, record/play macros, pseudo macros (a la abbreviations), full menu, veritcal or horizontal block selection, regex search/replace (even in blocks), 16-bit and 32-bit DOS versions as well as Win32 build (and compiles on Linux w/ Ncurses). PUBLIC DOMAIN with FULL .C SRC!
see Geocities - /jadoxa/tde/
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