Notepadqq, a Notepad++-Like Editor for Linux Now Available as a Snap on Ubuntu

If you never heard of Notepadqq, it’s an open-source and free Notepad++-like general purpose editor for Linux systems, designed by developers for developers. It’s written by Daniele Di Sarli in Qt and features syntax highlighting for over 100 different languages, code folding, multiple selection, file monitoring, color schemes, and much more. Notepadqq is engineered in such a way that it can help application developers to be more productive by providing them with everything they expect from a general purpose, programmer’s text editor. For example, it lets you quickly search text using regular expressions, find near identifiers by using real-time highlighting, and organize documents side by side.