** TPU-edt -- Emacs emulating TPU emulating EDT **
TPU-edt features the following TPU/edt functionality:
- EDT keypad
- On-line help
- Repeat counts
- Scroll margins
- Learn sequences
- Free cursor mode
- Rectangular cut and paste
- Multiple windows and buffers
- TPU line-mode REPLACE command
- Wild card search and substitution
- Configurable through an initialization file
- History recall of search strings, file names, and commands
Including support for:
- Emacs versions 18 and above
- X-windows (with emacs version 19 and beyond)
TPU-edt works on any VT-series compatible terminal or emulator, is easy to install and use, and even comes with an UNDO function not available in TPU. Try TPU-edt today. We think you'll agree that it does a lot better TPU/edt emulation than vi!
Please note that TPU-edt does NOT emulate TPU. It emulates TPU's EDT emulation. Very few TPU line-mode commands are supported.
As of emacs version 19.22, TPU-edt comes with emacs. If your emacs is older than that, you can pick up TPU-edt from the elisp archives, or by simply clicking here, saving the resulting file as tpu-edt.tar, and going from there.