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    Mozilla Composer

    Hasn't the mozilla composer come a long quite a bit lately? I have found that it is great, and easy to use. I am now using it as my default web editor, because it is faster and easier to use then Quanta. However, sometimes I find that I still need to use Quanta!
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    Have you tried bluefish? I've been using it since I ditched Windows two-something years ago. Any thoughts on how the various editors stack up?

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    notepad!!



    i need to get wine working just so that i can have notepad :-P

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    I was messing with quanta the other day. I'd really like a good programmer's editor that will do syntax-highlighting in two or three levels, without having to license SlickEdit Pro.

    I was opening different types of files with quanta to test its highlighting recognition, and crashed it by opening the FeatherLinux ISO! :lol:

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    Notepad? What the? It doesn't even have syntax highlighting! If you are into programs like that, then I recommend KWrite, or Quanta Plus!
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    nah... i like NEdit

    its nice... and has syntax highlighting

    i used gvim on windows for a while...

    but i havnt gotten around to merging it yet.

    KEdit? that uses qt/kde!! no! gtk+

    i should prolly try Quanta Plus

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    I've really taken well to Quanta Plus. After using UltraEdit on Windows platforms for several projects, and keeping it installed for personal projects, it's a natural progression.

    Now, I'm opening files in all three. On Windows desktops, UE handles it all, highlighting, some skeleton files, and a full perl regex implementation. On Linux, vi for updating and writing, but Quanta for looing though the code in a highlighted form during debugging, etc.

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    I first used Bluefish, but I prefer Quanta+ now... except for little modifications, Quanta's too full-blown for that - I prefer (g)Vim then.

    Nedit's good, but it's so very, very ugly I can't stand using it longer than half an hour

    MorphiusFaydal: Quanta+ is Qt, too :P (btw, kedit isn't the same as kwrite - kedit's even more basic than kwrite).
    For a simple editor, gEdit's pretty cool IMHO. Those who like more minimalistic software might want to try out gxedit, it's pretty basic but specialised for HTML (not sure it's still developed though, as it's been a while since I last heard of it).

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    The newest Quanta Plus is really amazing.
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    anyone seen an open-source programmer's editor that will highlight in 2 (or more) levels like slickedit? You'd think it wouldn't be that hard to implement...

    :wink:

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