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#2381 Large file support upto

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2015-04-03
2014-01-31
waza123
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  • Easily handle files up to 248 GB
  • Large File Controller
  • Split/Combine Files
  • Sort Optimized for Large Files
  • Multithreaded Performance

as food for brain you can look at EmEditor

Discussion

  • Jim Michaels
    Jim Michaels
    2014-02-14

    I will second that. currently, it does not handle HTML files that are over 150k lines.
    I have an editor which can, but it has not the same feature set, and it's still got a 32-bit limit.
    64-bit editor would be nice. speed is a nicety for me, but handling large files is critical sometimes.
    I believe scite has support for 64-bit compiles.
    I have 64GB of RAM, so I don't mind using it.
    when working with 64-bit filesystems, of course, file pointers, some array indexes and integer types and such may need to be made 64-bit in the conversion process.
    using gnuwin32 tools for windows,

    find . -name "*.cpp" -exec grep int {} ; -print
    

    should find them.

     
  • ben
    ben
    2015-01-18

    that would be great, but failing the ability to load large files, how about the ability to load the first (or last) section of a large file? (presumably read-only)

     
  • Yes, this error message is annoying, considering my machine is 64bit with 32 GB of memory:

    File open problem
    File is too big to be opened in Notepad++