Broaden your selection: Category/Editor
- Adie is a fast and convenient programming text editor written using the FOX Toolkit. It is also a convenient file viewer, supporting several methods to move from one file to the next. For each visited file, it remembers where you were last looking, and which special places have been bookmarked, so you can quickly return to frequently visited places. Users can optionally visit files with a single click by displaying the File/Directory browser side by side with the text.
- Blockly is a web-based, graphical programming editor. Users can drag blocks together to build an application. No typing required.
- DiaSCE is a C/C++ code editor for GNOME. It pretends to be a complement to Glade, so it doesn't include an environment for GUI development. It has neither a debugger or other kind of tool to help debugging. The idea is for it to be a light code editor that doesn't need too many resources, and makes use of external tools (gcc, glade, ddd, etc.) for some tasks. This project was formerly known as 'david.'
- Diakonos is a customizable, usable, console-based text editor. It features arbitrary language scripting, bookmarking, regular expression searching, parsed ("smart") indentation, macro recording and playback, a multi-element clipboard, multi-level undo, a customizable status line, completely customizable keyboard mapping, and customizable syntax highlighting.
- Emacs-IDE is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) interface for Emacs (code browsing, compilation, debug, etc).
The purpose is to provide a user-friendly interface, with dedicated windows (source, menu, and output) and convenient shortcuts.
It is suitable for almost all languages (as long as they are supported by Ctags). Cscope provides additional browsing facility for C/C++ files.
- Firestr in short, is a distributed,
decentralized way to communicate and share through running programs.
You don't send a message to someone, you send an program, which can have rich content. All programs are wired up together automatically providing distributed communication, either through text, images, videos, or games.
The source code to all applications is available immediately to instantly clone and modify.
- GNU Source-highlight
- Source-highlight reads source language specifications dynamically, thus it can be easily extended (without recompiling the sources) for handling new languages. It also reads output format specifications dynamically, and thus it can be easily extended (without recompiling the sources) for handling new output formats. The syntax for these specifications is quite easy (take a look at the manual). Source-highlight is a command line program, and it can also be used as a CGI. Notice that source-highlight can also be used as a formatter (i.e., without highlighting): you can, for instance, format a txt file in HTML (and it will take care of translating special characters, such as, <, >, &). Since version 2.2, source-highlight can also generate cross references; in order to do this it relies on GNU Ctags, http://ctags.sourceforge.net. These are the output formats already supported:
- ANSI color escape sequences (you can use this feature with less)
These are the input languages (or input formats) already supported (in alphabetical order):
- Autoconf files
- ini files
- KDE desktop files
- Ldap files
- Log files
- lsm files (Linux Software Map)
- Properties files
- RPM Spec files
- XOrg conf files
- GNU moe
- GNU Moe is a powerful, 8-bit clean, text editor for ISO-8859-15 and ASCII character encodings. It has a modeless, user-friendly interface, online help, multiple windows, unlimited undo/redo capability, unlimited line length, global search/replace, block operations, automatic indentation, word wrapping, and a directory browser. It is stable, small, easy to use, and powerful enough for almost all the system editing tasks.
- 'Ide.php' is a Web-based editor for quick development of server side code. It has a rapid prototyping environment so you can test and save snippets of code with minimal overhead. You can use it to develop PHP, ASP, JSP, SSI, HTML, or CGI.
- JEdit Syntax Package
- The jEdit Syntax Package is a stand-alone version of the text control from an older version of jEdit. It supports features such as syntax highlighting, bracket matching, rectangular editing, macro recording, and more. The jEdit Syntax Package is lightweight, and meant solely for embedding into Java user interfaces. It does not include some of the nicer features of jEdit, including plugins, and scripting.
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