CUTE

Text Editors

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CUTE is a Qt and Scintilla based programmers text editor. It can be extended and customized using the python programming language and is available on linux/unix. The editor supports syntax highlighting for many languages, tags and projects.
Last changelog:

15 years ago

- unload tags file when project is closed
- added "Use Monospaced Font" option
- added Fortran syntax highlighting
- changed macro file type to XML and fixed bug in macro saving
- macros can now be run in other view as it was recorded
- bugfix in using Unicode, files were loaded/saved with Latin1 encoding
- bugfix in search command, one match was not appended to the seach list
- bugfix in CSS "class" property, class is keyword of python and caused parse error
- bugfix in shortcuts, edit shortcuts weren't be set when no view was opened
- bugfix in projects' tags file, couldn't be unloaded
- bugfix in projects' current dir, if current dir wasn't project dir, last file couldn't be loaded
- bugfix in updating of views when view options have changed via menu
- bugfix in save dialog, when user cancels file save dialog, data was lost

metakeule

16 years ago

Did anyone try to run it under FreeBSD?
on the website is mentioned that it would run under "unix", but there are only rpms given and there is no port for it.

thanks!

metakeule

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fprog26

16 years ago

Looks like a promising editplus clone replacement!

http://www.editplus.com/

Does it supports mutli-lines search in files and multi-lines search and replace?

Does it support multi-lines regexp search and replace?

What does the scripting syntax
for syntax highlighting looks-like
for new language?

Please post more screenshots
for the various features.

Keep the good job!

Fred.


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hoernerfranz

16 years ago

cute seems nice - especially with
several files in tabbed view ;-)
what bothers me, are the tiny, nearly unreadable fonts - I found no way to change this.
(qt-config doesn't help either)

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heiko

16 years ago

I had such a problem with Debian.
This has nothing to do with QtConfig.
When I upgraded my QT to 3.2 it worked.

I will add a default zoom to configuration, thus you have not to zoom manually each time you load a file.


Regards,

Heiko Köhler

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heiko

16 years ago

I figured out, that the settings.ui file has the UI 3.3 format, but I can open it with the Qt Designer 3.2.
SuSE compiled KDE 3.2 with Qt 3.3, thus I had to switch to Qt 3.3.

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heiko

16 years ago

changed ui versions to 3.2 in CUTE 0.2.5

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StefanT

16 years ago

Too bad that one needs Qt-Designer 3.3 to compile it. Fedora "only" has 3.2 at the moment.

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crypton

16 years ago

Vergiss was dieser ignoranter windowsler gesagt hat dein Editor ist echt gut gelungen hab es schon langen laufen.
Seidem mir Prof. Herold sagte er es zum standard editor machen wird.

Bitte: Könntest du vielleicht Everaldo bitten dir einpaar Crystal Icons zu machen.

Bis dann

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Remenic

16 years ago

That's wierd, beneath the "Add Comment" page it, to me, clearly states that "All text must be in English." My english is pretty good, but I don't understand any of your english. Could you perhaps use less slang and more common english?

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tommycw1

16 years ago

One of the things that I hate about open source is that there is so many projects out there that just do the exact same thing that has already been done. Why do we have to keep re-inventing the wheel?

Do we really need ANOTHER text editor? As if emacs, xemacs, vi, vim, joe, pico, nano, kate, kwrite, ktext, gedit, and the probably countless others are not enough (and that is just off the top of my head).

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kol

16 years ago

Obviously you have not used any Scintilla based editors (e.g SciTE).

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stampede2

16 years ago

Well, he may not have used Scintilla based editors, but I did. And, trust me: Kate is way better than SciTE, there's no way you could say otherwise.

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kol

16 years ago

Well now... maybe. SciTE supported word-completion, code-folding, multiple files, etc since a long time, plus it is really snappy over remote X wins.

Kate is almost there. With KDE 3.1, it had some issues with the highlighted line blinking. Now its in a pretty good shape, although bugs remain, that show up once in a while.

The only problem with SciTE is (was?) the font rendering. That said, I have no doubts that kate is heading to overtake other editors, at a rapid pace.

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15 years ago

- unload tags file when project is closed
- added "Use Monospaced Font" option
- added Fortran syntax highlighting
- changed macro file type to XML and fixed bug in macro saving
- macros can now be run in other view as it was recorded
- bugfix in using Unicode, files were loaded/saved with Latin1 encoding
- bugfix in search command, one match was not appended to the seach list
- bugfix in CSS "class" property, class is keyword of python and caused parse error
- bugfix in shortcuts, edit shortcuts weren't be set when no view was opened
- bugfix in projects' tags file, couldn't be unloaded
- bugfix in projects' current dir, if current dir wasn't project dir, last file couldn't be loaded
- bugfix in updating of views when view options have changed via menu
- bugfix in save dialog, when user cancels file save dialog, data was lost

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