Sorry not speak english
NotePad =>> Linux ??? PoSiBle ??
for Linux... --> wine -->Notepad++
Win software + wine --> Win software for Linux...
but I think that N++ for Linux will be a great work...
Yep, it would be great!
That is impossible and it will never happen. I can't believe people are still asking for this...
Notepad++ uses WinAPI calls (no MFC or other frameworks). So, in case if you want it to work on Linux - you'd have to convert all those calls to something else (GTK+? Qt? i don't realy know).
Under Linux/UNIX, I prefer Emacs or vi.
However, if you really want to use NotePad++, you might try CrossOffice to install Notepad++.
Notepad++ uses Scintilla. Scintilla has their own app that runs on linux called Skite.
but Notepad++ is better than Scite...
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