14 Most Popular Text Editors for Linux
Apr 01, 2009, 23:01 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Scribes Scribes is a simple text editor for GNOME with
a simple and minimal interface, which provides syntax highlighting
and detection and auto-completion of pair brackets in languages
like C/C++, and it also provides various shortcuts for operating on
a file. It is as simple and lightweight as a text editor with
minimum programming features can get.
"SciTE Yet another text editor with a pretty icon theme and the
usual functions for basic programming, SciTE also supports
scripting in Lua. The default font is not a monospaced one, so you
will have to use the Options -> Use Monospaced Font menu