Edile is intended to be a basic but useful text editor for system administration and scripting purposes. It's something between a script and an application meant for quickly opening and viewing or editing files from the command line or piped from another process. Edile requires Python and PyGTK, and if you have GTKSourceView, it will use that. It has been tested on XP and Ubuntu.
|Tags||Text Editors Python scripting System Administration|
|Operating Systems||Unix Windows Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release sets the encoding to UTF-8 on new files.
Release Notes: Language and encoding are now reset when creating a new document in the current window.
Release Notes: Edile now understands encodings. It will try to guess a file's encoding on opening and will save a file back using the encoding it was opened with.
Release Notes: The plugin file can now be authenticated by a SHA-256 hash. Plugins can have kb equivalents now. The run in terminal command now works with paths that have spaces.
Release Notes: Plugin support has been added. There are some fixes. Use this version even if you don't want plugins; you can turn them off.