Neoxen Qwined

5.2

 
License: Freeware
Price:
$0.00
Rated:
Downloads: 3
Op. System: Win98, WinNT 4.x, Windows2000, WinXP, Windows2003
Last updated: 04-01-2005
File size: 3.25 MB
Publisher: Neoxen Systems
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Publisher description for Neoxen Qwined

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Neoxen Qwined is a fully-featured developer's editor supporting syntax highlighting for over twenty programming languages and configuration file formats out of the box. It has a built-in and customizable word and symbol auto completion for Windows and Web development, code folding, theme support and much more. Neoxen Qwined can be extended easily by third parties and it can be localized virtually to any language. Extension Interface Some people want to create enhanced versions of the Neoxen Qwined editor, while still receiving the benefits of new Neoxen Qwined features. This could be for an editor designed for a particular environment such as developing games, to incorporate a scripting capability within Neoxen Qwined or to allow Neoxen Qwined to be controlled by another process through an IPC mechanism. Regular Expressions Regular expressions can be used for searching for patterns rather than literals. For example, it is possible to search for variables in Neoxen Qwined property files, which look like $(name) with the regular expression: \$([a-z.]+) Supported Languages Neoxen Qwined is currently able to syntax style these languages: Ada, Apache config file, Assembler, Avenue, Baan, Batch, Bullant, C/C++/C#, CSS, Difference, Errorlist, Eiffel, Fortran, HTML, HTML with embedded JavaScript, VBScript, PHP and ASP, IDL - both MSIDL and XPIDL, INI properties and similar, Java, JavaScript, LaTEX, Lisp, Lout, Lua, Make, MatLab, nnCron crontab, NSIS, Pascal, Perl, but not all of the language, PHP, PL/SQL, PostScript, POV-Ray SDL, Python, Resource, Ruby, Shell, SQL, VB and VBScript, XML, YAML Find in Files & Replace Find phrases in user selected files or recursively whole directories. Neoxen Qwined has options to allow searching for words, regular expressions, matching case, in the reverse direction, etc.

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