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On 5/3/07, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky <znmeb / cesmail.net> wrote:
>
> CParticle wrote:
> > All,
> >
> > I know this subject has been mention a few time recently but I'll ask
> > again and hopefully I'll be specific enough that its new.
> >
> > I've been using SCITE as my main code editor.  I'm not a developer
> > just a sysadmin so for the scripts that I use VBscript and Ruby it
> > fills my need and then some.
> >
> > My needs listed below for the curious and to keep the alternate editor
> > suggestions to a minimum
> > * Lightweight (smaller is better)
> > * Cross platform (I use linux at home)
> > * Free
> > * Multiple tabs for many open files
> > * Handles a fair number of language for syntax highlighting
> > * Customizable (color schemes and added shortcuts for svn use)
> >
> Almost Komodo editor -- free as in price but not as in speech,
> Linux/Windows for sure, and I think MacOS and Solaris, lots of tabs and
> language lexical highlighting and fairly customizable. The SVN (and CVS)
> interfaces require the paid version, Komodo, which also includes the
> other IDE goodies like debuggers.


You may also want to look at jEdit:
http://jedit.org/

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