Tag Archive: OS/2

Sep 01

vim

vim - the editor

For those of us who started our computing careers with Unix, or a Unix variant, or who were introduced to the system at university, some time in the 1980s, you will have been introduced to the joys (or evils?) of the editor vi. While idiosyncratic, there’s no doubt that vi is, like its predecessor TECO …

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Dec 09

Open Watcom

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The open source Open Watcom compiler suite is designed around the idea of leaving you alone to get on with things, and then producing highly optimised executables from your source code at the end of it.

Nov 11

Free Mind

Free Mind

Mind mapping, as developed by Tony Buzan since the 1960s, is used widely as a note taking tool for business, a revision tool to aid memory, and as a general tool for organising information. Free Mind is pretty swift, easy to use and (in our testing) stable and bug-free.