Beaver is an Early AdVanced EditoR, for Linux and other Unices (and even Windows); in other words, it's a text editor that is intended to be light-weight, but full of useful features for programming, from editing of web sites to C coding. It is based upon the GTK+ toolkit, supports many languages, and offers functions such as automatic indentation and syntax highlighting.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Multi-line tabbing and detabbing is now available, many interface improvements were made, GtkSourceView is now the main editing widget, a German translation has begun, and you can now search or replace in multiple files at once.
Release Notes: New features include string replacement in all buffers, conversions on all opened files, and handling of multibyte fonstsets.
Release Notes: The interface has been updated to GTK+ 2 and to comply with the GNOME HIG. Syntax highlighting has been rewritten.
Release Notes: The syntax highlighting engine has been greatly improved (memory usage reduced by more than 95%, and bugs fixed). Manual choice of syntax highlighting mode is now available. There is a major bugfix in the configuration writing system. There are new icons, a few modifications of the interface, and additional code cleanup.
Release Notes: Major undo/redo and shift+backspace bugs were fixed, and other minor enhancements were added.