another good editor - let's boycott NP++

  • Nobody/Anonymous

    • Nobody/Anonymous

      Why boycott NP++? Because you are PRC?

      • Nobody/Anonymous

        What is "PRC"?

      • Nobody/Anonymous

        PRC is CHINA.
        Is PRC making you very uncomfortable?
        I'm laughing at you.. :D

    • Nobody/Anonymous

      lol,whos crying?

      we have a happy life. I guess many people in China hava a better life than,that's so funny.

    • Nobody/Anonymous

      peoples republik of crying

    • Nobody/Anonymous

      website       ----
      sourceforge   ----
      google code   ----

      Here are some highlights comparable (even better) with NPP++

      *) Tabbed MDI interface
      *) Based on powerful Scintilla project
          ---> syntax highlighting, code folding/outlining, etc
      *) Support multiple encoding (ANSI, UTF-8, UTF-16 Big/Little Endian, etc)
          ---> meaning full support of Unicode, multi-byte characters
      *) Support definition/function/variable list through famous Ctags and customizable
          ---> better than NPP++'s favorite function list
      *) Powerful scripting capability through integrating Python
          ---> the limit is literally what you cannot imagine
      *) Manage mulitple files through Project(s) and project group
      *) Magic folder to map system file folders
          ---> more flexible than NPP++'s file explorer
      *) Excellent external tools (compiler, interpretor) support with user-configurable output matching
          ---> click on errors and warnings to jump right to the place in the file where they were generated
      *) Regular expression search and replace
      *) Highly customizable language definition/scheme
      *) Integrate with Windows Explorer through file association manager
      *) Text clips, AutoComplete, and extendable
      *) Column mode

      Features currently not available (yet outlined in future development plan)
      *) Built-in Hex Editor


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