Dec 2006

#editor
#mac
#osx

Smultron text editor


A nice alternative to BBedit (which beyond being not free, takes a long time to load on my machine - too many plugins installed maybe) is Smultron. Just found out about it - many features, programmed in Cococa, and FREE

Smultron is a text editor written in Cocoa for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger or later. [..there's a version for earlier OSs, though..] It is designed to be easy and intuitive to start off with and to become more and more able as and when the user wants it. Some of its features are line numbers, support for syntax colouring for many different languages, functions list, support for text encodings, snippets, a toolbar, a status bar, HTML preview, split window, multi-document find and replace with regular expressions, possibility to show invisible characters, tabs, authenticated open and saves, command-line utility, .Mac synchronisation, full screen editing and running commands from within Smultron.

Peter Borg, the author, is also gently giving out two more apps, Hallon and Lingon. Worth checking out ;-)

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Cite this blog post:


Michele Pasin. Smultron text editor. Blog post on www.michelepasin.org. Published on Dec. 4, 2006.

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See also:

2017


paper  Using Linked Open Data to Bootstrap a Knowledge Base of Classical Texts

WHiSe 2017 - 2nd Workshop on Humanities in the Semantic web (colocated with ISWC17), Vienna, Austria, Oct 2017.


2012


paper  Annotation and Ontology in most Humanities research: accommodating a more informal interpretation context

NeDiMaH workshop on ontology based annotation, held in conjunction with Digital Humanities 2012, Hamburg, Germany, Jul 2012.


2006