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Re: [SLE] Textpad-like software for Linux
  • From: pelibali <pelibali@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2005 19:21:55 +0100
  • Message-id: <20050215192155.699bcdf2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

On Sun, 13 Feb 2005 13:57:00 -0600
. wrote:

> But I _always_ recommend jEdit ( Great editor, tons
> of plugins to make it do just about anything you want, great feature
> set. I'm not kidding, I'm not exgerrating, jEdit has changed by
> coding life(for the better!) !!
> tdaniel

Thanks for your recommendation:)

After both Patrick, and you suggested the above program, I gave it a
try. By default none of the three crucial functions were present, so I
went, and checked the plugin list on the 'net. Surprisingly still no
I'm sorry, now repeating the important 'needed' features, maybe
somebody else would have an idea (all of them for plain text files):

- sorting of text (case sens./insens./numeric), and as wished removing
duplicated lines,

- searching in files, and show the filename/line nr. where the
string/regexp was found, or only show how many hits were there,

(- smooth handling of regexps, mainly \n and \t containing ones;
possibility to exchange something in all opened files.)

Thanks for your kind attention,


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