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TheKoopaKingdom
Posted on 10-14-16 11:49 PM Link | #78748
I'm curious to see which text editors people here use. Reminder, these are not IDEs like Visual Studio or Qt Creator, they are just plain text editors with syntax highlighting.

Here's a quick overview of the choices here:
Notepad++ - Open-source free general text editor, go-to for quickly editing XMLs.

Atom (My choice) - Open-source, free, well documented API, very customizable via packages and themes, but steep learning curve.

Brackets - Open-source, free editor built for web development.

Light Table - Open-source free kickstarted flexible editor (I don't really know much about this one.).

Sublime Text - Closed-source $70 sophisticated fast editor with lots of features directly out of the box.

All of these editors are cross-platform.

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MusiMasta
Posted on 10-15-16 02:31 AM Link | #78752
Notepad ++, it comes with the Portable Apps engine and I like how it is very easy to use and simplistic.

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MC708
Posted on 10-15-16 05:00 AM Link | #78753
I use Notepad++. It just seemed to be the easiest to use :P

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Kak
Posted on 10-15-16 06:38 AM Link | #78757
KLayout 4.0
this screenshot will say everything

It came with some version of HBCD as the default text editor, and I never really changed<!-- because I hate change --> as it mostly does everything I need.
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RanAS
Posted on 10-15-16 09:45 AM Link | #78763
I used plain Notepad for a while, but after someone bothered me enough I started to use Notepad++ for some stuff. Still mostly using Notepad.
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shibboleet
Posted on 10-18-16 11:33 AM Link | #78903
Posted by Kak
this screenshot will say everything

It came with some version of HBCD as the default text editor, and I never really changed<!-- because I hate change --> as it mostly does everything I need.

you haven't seen my notepad++ when I'm working on something for RHCafe or NewerU...

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MC708
Posted on 10-18-16 11:37 AM (rev. 2 of 10-18-16 11:39 AM) Link | #78904
Generally I didn't really need to use Notepad++, because I didn't have a use for it, but I'm starting a project that needs it :) It's a .bat project, and notepad++ automatically highlights the goto locations, variables and the echo command, which is super useful

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StapleButter
Posted on 10-18-16 11:43 AM Link | #78905
my Notepad++ although it can get far worse.

also, a glimpse of Acmlmboard code.

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MC708
Posted on 10-18-16 01:26 PM Link | #78912
http://imgur.com/a/TQ56y
My Notepad++, because everyone else is.
Also a slight view of my new project, EnCryptiX OS.

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StapleButter
Posted on 10-18-16 01:50 PM Link | #78913
>EnCryptiX OS

that doesn't even qualify as an OS

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MC708
Posted on 10-18-16 02:17 PM (rev. 2 of 10-18-16 02:18 PM) Link | #78914
Yes, I know, you'll see what it is later on.

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StapleButter
Posted on 10-18-16 03:41 PM Link | #78916
Yeah. A command-line toy for calling some Windows utilities.

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MC708
Posted on 10-18-16 04:06 PM (rev. 2 of 10-18-16 04:07 PM) Link | #78917
Posted by StapleButter
Yeah. A command-line toy for calling some Windows utilities.


No, not quite. As I said, you'll see when it comes out. The picture I sent was a very early version.
(If you meant that it runs the Console, then yes, it does. It is text-based, and does not use sprites. )

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StapleButter
Posted on 10-18-16 04:09 PM Link | #78918
"does not use sprites"

hello I have no idea what I'm talking about

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MC708
Posted on 10-18-16 04:10 PM Link | #78919
Erm, what? It doesn't use sprites, I know what sprites are. They are the graphics that objects are displayed as AFAIK.

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StapleButter
Posted on 10-18-16 04:11 PM Link | #78920
yeah, throwing around random technical terms makes you look like you know your shit, which amazes other kids

but it doesn't amaze us

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Kak
Posted on 10-18-16 04:12 PM Link | #78921
KLayout 4.0
Please, we don't need a poor man's version of HBCD.
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MC708
Posted on 10-18-16 04:13 PM (rev. 2 of 10-18-16 04:14 PM) Link | #78922
When was I trying to amaze you guys? I'm making a very basic and limited program that runs in CMD. Hardly going to impress anyone. Also what random technical terms, might I ask?

Posted by Kak
Please, we don't need a poor man's version of HBCD.


Sorry I'm a noob, what exactly is HBCD?

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StapleButter
Posted on 10-18-16 04:14 PM Link | #78923
finally, you're being honest. cool

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