Open source text editors, hex editors, etc.
Acme is a textual user interface for programmers by Rob Pike for Plan 9, with ports to Unix-like and Windows systems. [Open Source]
A programmer's HTML editor written using GTK, designed to save the experienced webmaster some keystrokes. (C) [GNU/Linux, Unix]
The bvi editor is a display-oriented editor for binary files, based on the vi text editor.
Open source portable text editor written in C# with support for FTP, text encryption and syntax highlighting.
A folding text editor that allows to structure source code using folders. [Win32/Linux]
CSS editor featuring auto completion, syntax highlighting and syntax validation. (C, C++) [Linux]
GNU/Linux console-based text editor. Freely licensed under the GPL.
A free open source text editor for the Linux platform. The source code is available for download. The site also provides some information on how to develop an editor in the Linux console environment using the ncurses library.
Tcl and tix based editor.
Project information, previews, documentation, downloads and a plugins section for the multi-platform editor written in Python.
Graphical RSS and ATOM feed editor. [GPL].
An ascii text editor, primarily for programmers.
A folding text editor for programmers.
Lightweight but powerful text editor of the GNOME project.
An HTML/text editor using GTK+ and/or GNOME.
Clone of the Pico text editor with some enhancements. Available for Linux and DOS.
Editor for extensible, structured and WYSIWYG technical documents, which was both inspired by TeX and GNU Emacs. The site provides documentation, source and binary packages, a feedback section and additional links.
Some scripts for customising and enhancing the JED editor using the SLang scripting capabilities.
A text editor for KDE inspired by the popular Editor UltraEdit.
A tabbed editor that has several plugins to add dialer, and calendar. [Open Source, Mozilla Public License]
Disk editor for Linux, originally written to help recover deleted files. It has a simple ncurses interface that resembles an old version of Norton Disk Edit for DOS.
Package to port NEdit on Windows and a package of NEdit macros to edit LaTeX files.
Editor with tabbed interface, configurable syntax highlighting, syntax folding, line numbering, multi-view, bookmarks and regular expression search and replace.
HTML Editor for GTK+/GNOME. It supports most of basic HTML. It features session management and preview using the GtkHTML widget.
A cross-platform gettext catalogs (.po files) editor. It aims to provide more convenient approach to editing catalogs than launching vi and editing the file by hand.
Windows programming editor with an integrated Hex viewer/editor.
A text editor written in TCL/Tk, meant to be platform-independent while still using the host systems available features.
Download, screenshots and documentation of a free source code editing component for Win32 and GTK and an editor based on this component.
Text mode editor to supersede Borlands BC++ editor with a number of enhancements. Available for DOS and Linux.
Easy to use hex editor written for Unix/Linux using ncurses, with a friendly pico-style interface.
Editor based on the VM/CMS editor XEDIT, using REXX as its macro language. Available for UNIX (including Linux) as text and X11 variants, OS/2, Windows, BeOS, QNX and Amiga.
Text editor for Unix, VMS, MSDOS, OS/2, BeOS, QNX, and Win9X/NT platforms. A macro language and modes for different editing tasks are available.
A free text editor that trys to address some of Notepad's limitations without getting too big. It is written in Delphi 5 using the TSynEdit components.
A cross-platform outline editor written in Tcl/Tk.
Has all the features of traditional Unix vi, plus the friendly and helpful Vigor paperclip assistant.
Resources, tips and news for the Vim community.
A text editor for X-window (UNIX only) , with a built-in C/C++/Java code browser and a C interpreter. Beside a screenshots and a features sections there is a download area and a page with instructions to build from the source.
An Emacs clone useful for small footprint installations (like on floppy disk) or quick editing sessions. Available are a description of the features, information about how to get Zile, links to the documentation and screenshots.
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