You can find an interpreter for several os there:
and an online copy of the pocket guide there:
An article by DanMurphy on the history of TECO, The Beginnings of TECO was published on 2009-10-31 and is available from a Web site on TENEX:
Would there happen to be a teco-mode somewhere? I frequently edit scripts written in a teco dialect called delta.
I have dcl mode which i use for hacking DCL on VMS. I’ve also got some other remote VMS editing type stuff you might find useful. - TimOCallaghan
I’m confused. I looked at the dcl-mode in CVS Emacs and the example dcl code doesn’t look familiar. I expected it to look, well, like teco. The following is an example of delta.
:g:fix^list$ 82J :S!$?e hk ^\' 1a:?d hk ^\' fu:lnum$ fu:spaces$ fu:save$ -1c 81,.x:spaces$ b,10x:lnum$ 10,zx:save$ hk g:spaces$ .<0a-32:?e hk ;' -1d iD$ -1c> z:?e iF $ g:lnum$ 0i 71,32i zj 2,0I h:x:edit^cmds$ ' z?e ICANT FIX LINE #$ g:lnum$ ht g:save$ ht ' hk fo:lnum$ fo:spaces$ fo:save$