The world of PC applications is full of publishers with the most diverse purposes. From those specific to a programming language or a specific task such as editing scientific papers, to other multipurpose ones that try to cover a greater number of options, editors are one of the basic tools of any work team.
This time we bring you a full editor open source called Notepadqq, a clone of the famous Notepad ++ for Linux systems ready to make a hole between our essential applications. Will it work out?
Notepadqq is a publisher with a very specific target audience: software developers. Indeed, programmers will be able to find in this software all those functions that have always needed a good editor such as: keyword highlighting for over 100 different languages programming, the automatic indentation of lines, the color coding scheme-based, convenient management macro functions, the file monitoring, the multiple content selection and many other extra features.
The power of this editor does not end here, as it also allows you to carry it out text searches using regular expressions. To all these features must be added, in addition, the possibility to organize documents of the user using keywords as their identifiers or their support for different text encodings.
The interface of the program is simple and clear, avoiding distracting the user at all times with overloaded buttons.
In order to install this complete editor on your system you will need to run this series of commands from a system console. Opening the terminal we will enter:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:notepadqq-team/notepadqq sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install notepadqq
What do you think of this new publisher? Will it become your favorite from now on?