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EditorConfig core
This package helps developers define and maintain consistent coding styles between different editors and IDEs. The EditorConfig project consists of a file format for defining coding styles and a collection of text editor plugins that enable editors to read the file format and adhere to defined styles. EditorConfig files are easily readable and they work nicely with version control systems. EditorConfig contains a few core libraries for different languages, e.g. C, Python, Java, JavaScript, and a set of editor/IDE plugins which use these library.
Elpy
Elpy is an Emacs package that brings powerful Python editing to Emacs. It combines a number of other packages that are written in Emacs Lisp and Python. Elpy's features includes:
  • Code completion (via Rope or Jedi)
  • Indentation highlighting (via Highlight-Indentation)
  • Snippet expansion (via Yasnippet)
  • Code navigation (via Rope, Jedi, Python.el, Find-File-in-Project and Idomenu)
  • Inline documentation (via Rope, Jedi or Pydoc)
  • Powerful code refactoring (via Rope)
  • On-the-fly checks (via Flymake)
  • Virtualenv support (via Pyvenv)
  • Test running
Firestr
Fire★ is a a simple platform for decentralized communication and computation. Provides a simple application platform for developing p2p applications and share these applications with others in a chat like user interface. 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, or games. The source code to all applications is available immediately to instantly clone and modify.
Free Oberon
Free Oberon is a cross-platform IDE for development in Oberon programming language made in the classical FreePascal-like pseudo-graphic style. Compilation of user-written programs is performed using the Vishap Oberon Compiler and then GCC. The compiled console programs can be run in the built-in terminal emulator.
Geany
Geany is a lightweight editor and IDE with basic features of an integrated development environment. It features syntax highlighting in dozens of languages, code completion, call tips, many supported filetypes (including C, Java, PHP, HTML, DocBook, Perl, LateX, and Bash), and symbol lists. It can be extended with the help of plugins, to add features like window splitting.
Gitenc
Gitenc is a simple shell script that works as a placeholder for git add and will parse filenames for sensitive names from git diff and apply GPG encryption as needed (filenames matching config, connection or sqlbackup) while handing everything off to git.
Ide.php
'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
jEdit is an IDE written in Java. Some of its features include:
  • Built-in macro language; extensible plugin architecture. Hundreds of macros and plugins available.
  • Plugins can be downloaded and installed from within jEdit using the "plugin manager" feature.
  • Auto indent, and syntax highlighting for more than 200 languages.
  • Supports a large number of character encodings including UTF8 and Unicode.
  • Folding for selectively hiding regions of text.
  • Word wrap.
  • Highly configurable and customizable.
  • Every other feature, both basic and advanced, you would expect to find in a text editor.
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.
Jupp
Joe, the Joe's Own Editor, has the feel of most PC text editors: the key sequences are reminiscent of WordStar and Turbo C editors, but the feature set is much larger than of those. Joe has all of the features a Unix user should expect: full use of termcap/terminfo, complete VI-style Unix integration, a powerful configuration file, and regular expression search system. It also has nine help reference cards which are always available, and an intuitive, simple, and well thought-out user interface. Joe has a great screen update optimisation algorithm, multiple windows (through/between which you can scroll) and lacks the confusing notion of named buffers. It has command history, TAB expansion in file selection menus, undo and redo functions, (un)indenting and paragraph formatting, filtering highlighted blocks through any external Unix command, editing a pipe into or out of a command, block move, copy, delete or filter, a bracketed paste mode automatically enabled on xterm-xfree86 and decimal and hexadecimal gotos for lines, columns, and file offsets. Through simple QEdit-style configuration files, Joe can be set up to emulate editors such as Pico and Emacs, along with a complete imitation of WordStar in non-document mode, and a restricted mode version (lets you edit only the files specified on the command line). Joe also has a deferred screen update to handle typeahead, and it ensures that deferral is not bypassed by tty buffering. It's usable even at 2400 baud, and it will work on any kind of sane terminal. Furthermore, it supports SELinux context copying on Debian systems with the Linux kernel.


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