[Aleph] off-topic: unicode editors

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Tue Apr 5 16:30:00 CEST 2005

Firmicus at ankabut.net wrote:
> Many many weeks ago, Idris Samawi Hamid wrote:

> *jEdit* (www.jedit.org) is a user-friendly, full-featured, extensible 
> programmer's editor. It natively supports unicode and has a simple but 
> efficient LaTeX support in the form of syntax highlightning,  a third 
> party plug-in, clip-ins, etc.  This editor is written entirely in Java, 
> so it may be a bit slow to start, especially on older machines. It has 
> become quite popular even outside the Javacentric world. It is great for 
> XML editing too.

fyi: context ship swith syntax higlighting files for jedit


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