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Komodo Editor

February 1, 2011

In Linux OS (by default), we’ve got editor tools such as ‘gedit’, and ‘vi’. For some reason, especially for programmer, we need a editor tools which provide syntax coloring, folding, background syntax checking, and excellent auto-complete and calltips.

Komodo Edit is a fast, smart, free and (Thanks God) open-source code editor. Switching your trusty code editor is hard, but give Komodo Edit (or its big brother Komodo IDE) a try: it’ll be worth your while.

What about Windows, Mac, Linux? Yes. PHP, Python, Ruby, JavaScript, Perl, Tcl, XML, HTML 5, CSS 3? Yes, with (customizable) syntax coloring, folding, background syntax checking, and excellent auto-complete and calltips (we call it “code intelligence”). What else? Fast open (no more slow poking around for files); remote file editing; Vi keybindings (good ones); and a toolbox with shell command integration, macros and code snippets… all wrapped around a tricked-out editor and an extension mechanism the same as Firefox’s.

Here, you can download the latest Komodo-Edit.

komodo-editor

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