Emacs (freemacs) definitely does NOT support files larger than 64k. I
don't know about the others.


On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 4:20 PM, Eric Auer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> Hi :-)
>
> Check our LSM list:
>
> www.freedos.org/cgi-bin/lsm.cgi?mode=dir&dir=edit
>
> Blocek, Emacs, Fed, OS+ Editor, TDE, SETEdit, VIM, Edlin...
>
> I believe 32bit versions of Blocek, Vim, Emacs, Edlin do
> support files above 64 kB. TDE and SETEdit definitely do,
> but maybe are a bit big to install. TDE also has a bit of
> an odd menu system if you have a non-US keyboard. Please
> try and report which editors you like and which not :-).
>
> Classic FreeDOS EDIT supports max 64 kB per file but you
> can edit several files at the same time with it... :-).
>
> Cheers, Eric
>
>> Necromancer Dos Navigator (NDN)
>> For me, this has been one of the best application ever created!
>> google for it!
>
>> >  69KB is apparently too big for FreeDOS's default EDIT.  Does the distro
>> > also have an alternative editor without the same size limit but that looks
>> > and operates much like EDIT?
>
> PS: Edlin is www.freedos.org/cgi-bin/lsm.cgi?mode=lsm&lsm=base/edlin.lsm
>
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