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RE: [jasspa] Why go nano when you can go micro?

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  • Steven Phillips
    ... Having said that uemacs v4 for windows (which is the only version supporting long file names etc) is 469Kb, i.e. larger and JASSPAs MicroEmacs so ne32 at
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 25, 2002
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      > Having said that we have still not achieved the
      > small footprint size that I would like which is
      > <100K. There is a lot more baggage now which makes
      > it more difficult to reduce.

      Having said that uemacs v4 for windows (which is the only version supporting
      long file names etc) is 469Kb, i.e. larger and JASSPAs MicroEmacs so ne32 at
      <200kb is significantly smaller than uemacs!

      Steve
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