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Notepad++ is THE editor of my choice, thank you guys! Slick, fast, has configurable
syntax highlighting, tabbed, with multi file search.
But, since you asked for it, I do have some little iwannas:
Just yesterday I upgraded my old npp++ installation with a new one and I lost
my syntax highlighting additions to "Assembler" (I guess default is i386 assembly
language, but I use npp++ to hack my 8051-derivative micro project). So, I went
like oh well and took up to half an hour to fix all the missing keywords, register
names, etc. Now it is again easy to read. But... soon there'll be another, better
So... obviously I would like to clone syntax highliters, modify my cloned "language
settings", save them in files that survive re-installation, that sort of
Another nice thing (which is a little bit "almost there" now that I have Explorer
pane and can launch batch files) would be if I could place and configure my
tool buttons on a toolbar and catch output - command prompt window is a bitch...
on my W95 (yeah, I know).
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