I want to know why isn't there version for linux?
Probably because there is SciTE for linux.
There is no Linux Version, like the diskussion here
likes also an OS version.
But wine version 0.9.33, starts np++ without problems so far.
No problems to start it... Lots of problems when using it. Always crashes or simply closes itself with no warning.
For those looking for a good editor under Linux, you might want to consider running one (or more!) of these little buggers:
* Geany (0.12 or higher)
On Windows, Notepad++ rocks and its plugins really make it come alive (particularly TextFX). On Unix, many editors can be coerced into doing what TextFX can do by piping output through custom scripts - select text and send "through" a command.
The main thing I miss about Notepad++ in Linux editors is the ability to record / playback keystrokes. More encouragement to write little custom scripts.
Oh, and Notepad++ might be a little wobbly under Wine, but it runs just fine under QEMU :-)