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SEDIT: A UNIX and Windows Editor that Emulates Mainframe XEDIT and PDF Editors
The differences between the mainframe and the UNIX and Windows platforms are significant. None of the familiar mainframe tools exist on UNIX and Windows. It takes time to learn the operating system differences, programming differences, etc. This steep learning curve can be frustrating, especially to productive, experienced mainframe users. Fortunately, SEDIT can help reduce the learning curve.
SEDIT is XEDIT/PDF on UNIX and Windows
SEDIT is a UNIX and Windows editor that emulates the mainframe XEDIT and PDF editors. All of the familiar editing commands you use on the mainframe are now on UNIX and Windows. In this familiar editing environment, you can be productive almost immediately.
SEDIT Does More Than XEDIT/PDF
SEDIT provides many features not included in XEDIT/PDF, which take advantage of UNIX facilities, including:
SEDIT helps you to quickly become more productive on the UNIX platform.
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Click on the following images to see SEDIT screen shot examples. (Opens a new browser window.)
SEDIT Character Mode User Interface (Note similarity to mainframe XEDIT and ISPF/PDF editor interface.):
SEDIT Graphical User Interface:
Compatibility and Requirements
SEDIT supports IBM's AIX and Windows 95/NT, Hewlett Packard's HP/UX, Sun Microsystems' SunOS and Solaris, IRIX, SCO, Linux, and other UNIX operating systems. The optional GUI feature supports SunView, OpenLook, and Motif environments with user-customizable menus and buttons, mouse support, and multiple sub-windows.
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