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Try TextAdept, A Fast, Cross-Platform Text Editor That Comes With GTK And Ncurses Interfaces

TextAdept is a fast, minimalistic text editor that can be extended through Lua. The application is free, open source and runs on Windows, Mac OSX and Linux.TextAdept features unlimited split views, support for over 80 programming languages, powerful snippets and key commands, code autocompletition and API lookup and is entirely keyboard driven.Since our last TextAdept article, the application has improved a lot, getting many new features and other changes, including:menu mnemonics for indentation size;support for indicator and hotspot events;added native folding for more than 60% of existing lexers. The rest still use folding by indentation by default;added language-specific context menu support;new dark and light themes and on-the-fly theme switching;autocomplete supports multiple selections;more! textadept-ncursesThere’s also a ncurses version now, so you can run TextAdept in the terminal. The ncurses-based TextAdept is very user-friendly and easy to use – it follows the GNOME HID (Human Interface Design) key-bindings standard for many actions so you can use: Ctrl + s to save the file, Ctrl + o to open a file, Ctrl + q to quit and so on.TextAdept buffersTextAdept doesn’t uses tabs like most text editors and instead it uses the buffer browser – press Ctrl + b to open the buffers

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