GTK2 Text Editor is a simple Unicode text editor that supports many encodings. It works as a nice Notepad replacement, and can also be used as an encoding converter. It supports multi-level undo, right to left text (as in Hebrew), and other Unicode features. It can auto-close an XML/HTML tag. There is no syntax highlighting yet.
|Tags||Software Development Localization Text Editors Documentation Desktop Environment GNOME|
|Operating Systems||Unix Windows Windows Windows Windows POSIX Linux Other|
Release Notes: This release requires GTK 2.4 or higher. Some preferences on whether to ask the encoding when opening a file have been added. A "New Window" menu command has been added. There are other feature additions and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release has been greatly rewritten. There are new menu items (such as "Revert"). The Windows installer is now in a single package. No separate run-time is needed.
Release Notes: This version features bugfixes, internationalization (not of the Windows binary), and other minor changes.
Release Notes: Undo now works smoothly (without a dancing scrollbar). Many text encodings have been added, as well as some new menu items (Revert and Insert File). There are man6y bugfixes.
No changes have been submitted for this release.