Source code to formatted text converter
Highlight is a source code to formatted text converter. It generates HTML, XHTML, RTF, ODT, LaTeX, TeX, SVG, BBCode and terminal escape sequences with coloured syntax highlighting. Language definitions and colour themes are Lua scripts and support plugins
Visualize and Print out complex C source code on Paper
【For latest info,please visit project's web site.】 This tool helps to print and visualize complex C source code on paper,which generates RTF(RichTextFormat) document for output. It is also compatible for projects in other languages(No call graph). Why print out source code on Paper? Because it's too tired to read complex long code (e.g., simple compiler,simple operating system,about 10,000 lines of code) on screen for a long time.Printing the whole project on paper is a good solution! Note that it is not designed to replace source code browser, but you can spend most of your time staring at paper, rather than screen,which protects your eyesight. Warning:Alpha version,WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY!
The only Word Processor designed to create and modify .htaccess files
Dealer Authorization ID: 07SAD761MWE0-994 Always check a dealer ID against our database to see if you are getting a Legit and Virus Free copy of this program. visit www.kambelserle.info/DAC to check the dID Code. IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING ULIX TxT Editor version 11: I have completely redesigned the entire UTE Program. Please make sure that you have the following programs installed before you run the ULIX TxT Editor: Windows: -Python 2.7.x [Must download the Win32 version of Python2.7.x] (Will not work with any Python 3.x releases) -Python's Win32API, WIn32Print, all other Win32 plugins (download the Win32 package for python at https://sourceforge.net/projects/pywin32/files/pywin32/Build%20221/pywin32-221.win32-py2.7.exe/download ) Linux: NOW fully functional as an executable without the need for iPython. For more help: Visit the vnl Forums at: http://vampnerdlord.com/vnl-forums-3 or on the Official ULIX TxT Editor website: http://www.ulixtxteditor.org
elvis, a vi text editor clone
The original source tarball for Evis version 2.2_0, unmodified, is in Files. README.txt gives tips for compiling on modern compilers (gcc-4.4.5 / linux) and using Xcode for Apple Sierra OS. Elvis is a vi(1) (visual ed) vi editor clone (vim is another clone). "vi" is short for "visual ed(1)" (the 1 means see manpage for ed in section 1 of unix manual pages). vi as a visual editor means typical keyboard editing with ed(1) accessible to do complex editing jobs that developers often require (emacs is a heavyweight better than vi, but harder to use).
Open your files with the "eye" of a developer
Simple tool to open all the files you are interested in at the right line just in few clicks. By means of an own mini http server it interacts locally with the browser to open the files either in ACE editors or native html textareas. Help is also opened in the browser.