Please update your copy of GLeDitor, there's a small improvement in the Configuration form (right-click on the edit box associated with directory and parameters of compiler calls).
GLeDitor 2.3.1 has syntax highlight for Python, is more integrated in the last Microsoft OS and has some small changes in the interface.
Check it out now!!
Some minor improvements in GLeDitor make me say the editor is mature enough; this is the release you should use, so please upgrade your GLeDitor to this version!
I have yet released the binary and the source package of GLeDitor version 184.108.40.206; I've fixed a pair of bug, added a splitter to resize the extended search panel...
If you use the Extended Search, please upgrade your GLeDitor binary to this version.
Thanks to Esra Battar, now we have a turkish translation of GLeDitor. Check the download page, under 2.2.7 releases.
The new release of GLeDitor adds a new big feature: the "Extended Search"!
If you have already used GLeDitor, you should update it immediately!
Another brand-new feature is the "run-time localization" (english and italian, by now): selecting a menu item you can get the GLeDitor translated in your language (Uhmm, this is strictly true only if you are English, North-american or Italian).
Source, english and italian binary are available (sorry, no installer for this release by now).
Added a small function to improve XML files readability, solved other minor bugs.
This release is for Win32 architectures only.
the GLeDitor project is now separated in two branches:
V.2) GLeDitor version 2 - for Win32 architectures, compiled under Delphi6 (but it should compile quite easily under D4, D5, D7 and D2005). The last version is 2.2.1, of which you can download the source, the binary executable or the Windows installer. The manual is not yet ready, so it is not included.
V.3) GLeDitor version 3 - for Linux, BSD, MacOsX and Win32 - rewritten in freepascal with the Lazarus IDE. This version is not yet released, because there's some problem that have to be solved before the software could be actually used.
Currently, I'm working on a MacOsX PowerPc machine, but I should maintain the code as clean and platform-independent as possible.