Looking for a No Install Text Editor


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Francesco

Hello
I'm looking for a text editor that runs without installing it and that
supports C syntax. I haven't find it yet, can someone please help me?

I love (and usually use) Crimson editor but it has to be installed so is
not what I'm looking for.

Thanks, Francesco
 
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Iain Cheyne

I'm looking for a text editor that runs without installing it and that
supports C syntax. I haven't find it yet, can someone please help me?

There is a no-install version of pspad.
 
F

Francesco

Il 24 Feb 2005 14:54:27 GMT, Iain Cheyne ha scritto:
There is a no-install version of pspad.

Thank you all, I found pspad VERY interesting and the site suggested by
jmatt is cool too.
Thanks again, Francesco
 
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Bernd Schmitt

Francesco said:
I'm looking for a text editor that runs without installing it and that
supports C syntax. I haven't find it yet, can someone please help me?
Emacs comes as a ZIP-file, you only need to unzip it. There will be
people telling you, that Emacs is hard to learn, they are wrong
(especially those using vi ;).
You can do coding in a lot of languages AND styles.
Emacs has support for version controll systems, debugger, compiler,
man-pages (Linux), code browser, ...
Some features I never want to miss again: unlimited undo, auto-save,
split-screen, eshell, hex-editor, rot13, calendar, ...

Ciao,
Bernd
 
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leslie

Francesco ([email protected]) wrote:
: Hello
: I'm looking for a text editor that runs without installing it and that
: supports C syntax. I haven't find it yet, can someone please help me?
:
: I love (and usually use) Crimson editor but it has to be installed so is
: not what I'm looking for.
:
: Thanks, Francesco
:

ED is a free editor patterned after the VMS EDT editor that runs on
Windows (from a DOS box), OS/2, VMS, and nearly all flavors of unix:

http://clio.rice.edu/EDstuff/ED_Overview.txt

I'm using it from within a VMS version of the 'tin' newsreader to post
this reply:

Command> help set cfriendly

CFRIENDLY

Use the SET CFRIENDLY command to control whether ED automatically formats
your file whenever you type a } character. If you say SET CFRIENDLY ON,
then whenever you type }, ED finds the matching { character, and inserts
a line break and the same whitespace as found on the line with the {
to align the }. To turn this mode off, say SET CFRIENDLY OFF. To
change it from off to on or vice-versa, say SET CFRIENDLY TOGGLE.

You can abbreviate the SET CFRIENDLY command as SE CF.


--Jerry Leslie
Note: (e-mail address removed) is invalid for email
 
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