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Leafpad

Leafpad is a GTK+ based text editor that emphasizes simplicity. As development focuses on keeping weight down to a minimum, only the most essential features are implemented in the editor. Leafpad is simple to use, is easily compiled, requires few libraries, and starts up quickly.

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Recent releases

  •  08 Nov 2009 03:27

    Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs and adds and updates some translations.

    •  03 Sep 2008 14:34

      Release Notes: This release adds and update some translations.

      •  21 Dec 2007 19:57

        Release Notes: This release adds a printing feature via GTK+ 2.10 and fixes some bugs.

        •  23 Sep 2007 21:47

          Release Notes: This release follows GNOME Goals (AppIcon, ApplicationCategory, and PoLinguas) and adds a GTK+ 2.10 printing feature.

          •  22 Apr 2007 14:33

            Release Notes: No feature enhancements were done. Icons for Tango desktop were added. Translations were added and updated.

            Recent comments

            04 Oct 2005 21:02 chaoticthought

            Better than Notepad
            I tend to use a variety of text editors, but on Linux I've always been missing the "Notepad for Windows" replacement. This is it, and a bit better. It's small and simple, and that is it's beauty. It's now set up on my machine as my default text-editor. It won't do everything of course, but for late night programming, there is always gvim and others.

            12 Sep 2004 04:43 sayetan

            Awesome editor
            Hi!

            This editor rox !! Great Job !!

            waiting fo new releases

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