A cross-platform, reimplementation of Notepad++
Compiled binaries for Linux x64 are available in the releases. Linux version is apparently packaged as an AppImage.
Notepad++ official repository
> A cross-platform, reimplementation of Notepad++
For Windows, how does this differ from Don Ho's original version? https://notepad-plus-plus.org/
What is the vision/goal of this fork?
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A simple, general-purpose editor for Linux
Another one directly inspired by N++ is NotepadQQ. Tried it briefly and passed - mostly the functiinality was lacking. Not sure if it's Scintilla based, as the original, Geany or TextMate.
A rendition of everyone's favorite 1995 Microsoft operating system for Linux.
I have a container I setup with XFCE and this awesome Windows 95 theme: https://github.com/grassmunk/Chicago95 Geany works perfectly inside it for a little retro dev environment. It looks and feels just like old Visual Studio versions.
Headless Ubuntu/Xfce containers with VNC/noVNC (Generation 3)
distrobox to manage the container: https://github.com/89luca89/distrobox Then just install XFCE and tiger VNC server inside it. Using VNC makes it easy to connect into a little isolated session that has its own theming, etc. vs. trying to send geany to my native X11/wayland server.
You could also just run it in a browser window with a VNC HTML bridge, this would be a good base for that: https://github.com/accetto/ubuntu-vnc-xfce-g3
The easiest way to get Chicago95 setup is to run its GUI installer python script. I don't try to script it in a dockerfile or container setup.
Notepad2-zufuliu is a light-weight Scintilla based text editor for Windows with syntax highlighting, code folding, auto-completion and API list for about 80 programming languages/documents, bundled with file browser plugin metapath.
There have been a series of forks, for example: https://github.com/zufuliu/notepad2
They seem to add a lot of features, though ... I'd be interested to find a more minimal one, which mostly just updates language syntaxes and OS support, and the thankless minor bug squashing ...
A fast and lightweight IDE
'Issue was closed' and 'fixed' are two different things:
I had the issue with the Flatpak version in an unmodified install on Fedora Silverblue 35, but my experience is apparently hardly unique.
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Notepad like text editor based on the Scintilla source code. Notepad3 based on code from Notepad2 and MiniPath on code from metapath. Download Notepad3:
Notepad3 is actively maintained and has many improvements, BTW.
A modern editor with a backend written in Rust.
a Geany plugin to provide code completion (Python) using jedi
I used this Jedi plugin for Python for a while, but didn't need it too often and didn't install it the next system refresh. Might be out of date.
Vim - the text editor - for macOS
gVim (only on windows/linux) with a minimal config is my preferred. Fast but a few powerful built-in vim features like search, replace, syntax highlighting, spellchecking, auto-indent etc. It loads in about 1.5s on my machine and renders the text nicely.
Maybe take a look at https://github.com/macvim-dev/macvim on mac, perhaps someone can comment about the state of macvim?
TextMate is a graphical text editor for macOS 10.12 or later
TextMate is my go-to for being free and open-source with lots of great features while still being super fast and lightweight
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