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TECO-C (version number 146)
Copyright 1983, 1990 by Pete Siemsen. This software is provided to
you free of charge for your own use. Use it as you see fit; if it doesn't
work, I disclaim all responsibility. You may re-distribute this software
UNCHANGED only if you include this copy-right notice. Alternatively, if
you change this software, you may re-distribute the result only if you
include BOTH this copyright notice, AND an additional notice identifying
you and indicating that you have changed the software.
This program is still under development. See file PROBLEMS.TXT for
notes I've written to myself about things to do to the program. If you
modify this code to enhance it or fix a bug, please communicate the changes
to me. My address is
Pete Siemsen
645 Ohio Avenue #302
Long Beach, Ca. 90814
(213) 433-3059 (home)
(213) 740-7391 (work)
Internet: siemsen@usc.edu
[NOTE -- This is old information. Better to contact me, Tom Almy, below.]
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This archive contains TECO-C modified and compiled for DOS, Win32,
and OS/2. The modifications have been made by:
Tom Almy
tomalmy@aracnet.com -or-
tom_almy@ieee.org
who is a "old time" TECO user. Not only did I port TECO-C but I also
corrected some bugs and modified the file backup algorithm to do
copying rather than renaming as an option. This makes it Workplace
Shell friendly. Both the Win32 and OS/2 version allow long file names.
Included files in this archive:
readme.1st This file
readme.txt Quick operating instructions for the TECO literate
wchart.txt List of all the implemented commands.
teco.doc The official teco reference.
inspect.cmd Command files to invoke tecoc
inspect.bat (cmd for OS/2, bat for DOS/Win32)
mung.cmd
mung.bat
teco.cmd
teco.bat
tmake.cmd this would be "make" but most people use the program
"make".
tmake.bat
tecocmd.btm Equivalent aliases for JPSoft products (4DOS, et cetera)
*.tes TECO command files for various things
*.tec Compressed TECO command files
The executable program is downloaded as a separate file.