Retrocomputing

Screen Editor

The OS-9 Level Two Screen Editor (Scred) is a powerful and simple to learn screen-oriented editor. You can use Scred to prepare text for letters and documents or text to be used by other OS-9 programs such as the assembler and high level languages. Scred's features include:

The Termset File

To operate properly, Scred must know the type of terminal you are using. Scred finds this information in a file named Termset. The Termset is a text file containing entries that describe a variety of terminals.

Example

TVI912:$1b$3d\Y\X:$20:$1bR:$1bW:$1a:$1bT:$1bE:$1bj:$1bk:$18:$50:
COCO:$02\X\Y:$20:$1f$31::$0c:$04:$1f$30:$1f$20:$1f$21:
VDG:$02\X\Y:$20:::$0c:$04::$1f$20:$1f$21:
ABM85:$1b$3d\Y\X:$20:$1bR:$1bW:$1a:$1bT:$1bE:$1bj:$1bk:
ABM85H:$1b$3d\Y\X:$20:$1bR:$1bW:$1a:$1bT:$1bE:$1bG4:$1bG0:
KT7:$1b$3d\Y\X:$20:$1bR:$1bW:$1e$1bY:$1bT:$1bE:$1bG4:$1bG0:
ANSI:$1b[\Y\Y;\X\XH:$01:$1b[M:$1b[P:$1b[2J:$1b[K:$1b[L:$1b[7m:$1b[0m: