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09-22-08, 02:13 AM   #21
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Sign me up for UltraEdit. Not that notepad++ isn't good, I guess it's a habit thing
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09-22-08, 03:07 AM   #22
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UltraEdit takes so long to start up, it might as well be a word processor.
I still use it for it's Regex engine though.

Notepad++ FTW.
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09-22-08, 08:08 AM   #23
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Using Notepad++ for most of my coding things, too. First I've started to write web sites with it, then its main purpose became Lua-scripting - and now I'm just starting with writing C++ code

For me, its key features are the almost instant startup time, the inbuilt console and "Compare against SVN Base" - and, of course, the syntax-highlighting

Btw, I've noticed that newer n++ versions come with a function parameter reference and -autocompleting in some languages. Does someone plan to write one for the WoW API? (or has already done it?)
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09-22-08, 12:49 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by Torhal View Post
XEmacs

Sorry, couldn't resist. Someone mentioned vim.
Escape Meta Alt Control Shift.

I had to do it.
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09-22-08, 01:53 PM   #25
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Originally Posted by Constie View Post
I checked out Notepad++ after reading this thread (having been using TED Notepad before), and wowow. Very happy you asked about this, tintingurl.
I did the same; much better than UltraEdit for handling lua syntax, especially when the language is still semi-greek, as it is to me. I will use Notepad++ as base text editor from now on.
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09-23-08, 09:19 AM   #26
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Use NP++ myself, works great and I humbly recommend it
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