I want to get a little organizer/PIM for taking notes, etc -- but I
would like to be able to use my familiar VI commands. I use VIM
normally, but can I get a version that runs on Windows CE? Does Windows
CE support a dos window, so I can run a dos-based vi editor?
Thanks for any help.
At least two people on the vim maillist once claimed to have Vim running
on their WindowsCE machines - a very limited version of Vim, of course.
Now, if anyone is willing to maintain Vim binaries WindowsCE
then please get in touch!
> Does Windows CE support a dos window, so I can run a dos-based vi editor?
Dunno. But if so then "calvin" would be a good choice.
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XTCE is a 8086 emulator. You can use it to run dos with it. I've had
the 16bit version of vim running with it.