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ECCE (the Edinburgh Compatible Context Editor) is a text editor for computing systems and operating environments that support a command line interface. It is an original command set which is logical and regular. It was written in the 1960s by Hamish Dewar, an experienced Compiler writer and used this skill to design a command-set which could be easily parsed and coded to allow complex commands to be built up. A technique similar to threaded code in the Forth environment.The current ECCE release is licensed under the BSD License, recoded into C and released by Graham Toal in 2007.

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  • ECCE (the Edinburgh Compatible Context Editor) is a text editor for computing systems and operating environments that support a command line interface. It is an original command set which is logical and regular. It was written in the 1960s by Hamish Dewar, an experienced Compiler writer and used this skill to design a command-set which could be easily parsed and coded to allow complex commands to be built up. A technique similar to threaded code in the Forth environment.The current ECCE release is licensed under the BSD License, recoded into C and released by Graham Toal in 2007.
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  • ECCE (the Edinburgh Compatible Context Editor) is a text editor for computing systems and operating environments that support a command line interface. It is an original command set which is logical and regular. It was written in the 1960s by Hamish Dewar, an experienced Compiler writer and used this skill to design a command-set which could be easily parsed and coded to allow complex commands to be built up. A technique similar to threaded code in the Forth environment.The current ECCE release is licensed under the BSD License, recoded into C and released by Graham Toal in 2007.
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