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No time for text editor tests

14/09/05

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Categories: General, Best text editor

No time for text editor tests

I just thought it might be a good idea to write a post for my text editor category again - the problem is, I don't currently have the time to do more tests. I haven't lost interest in this, so rest assured there will be more tests as soon as my time allows it!

2 comments

Comment from: Sameera [Visitor] Email
SameeraYou may want to check out SlickEdit when you've got the time.

I can tell you that
1. it has no Explorer integration,
2. load up is slow
3. UI's a bit slow
4. tip of the day keep showing me the same thing for days
etc.
But, if you are a programmer who have to work with a number of programming languages on a daily basis, you'd appreciate the fact that you can open a single source file, and expect to have intellisense, complete function/class tree display, symobl list/search etc.
Some may even find the keyboard emulation feature a lot use full (especially those VIM nuts :) and it does have plenty of very unique features.
Check it out.
05/25/07 @ 04:40
Comment from: MrGroove [Visitor] Email
MrGrooveHeya,

This thread is a bit crusty however, I figured I would throw in my 2 cents... ;)

My personal FAV. is Notepad++. Great FREE text editor.

http://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/site.htm
08/30/07 @ 15:17

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