Re: Java text editor supporting utf-8

From: Tague Griffith (
Date: Tue Jan 23 2001 - 01:33:08 EST

In case anyone is looking for a similar tool, I found a piece of
software called jedit which I'm quite happy with. It's availible from and licensed under the GPL. It supports reading
and saving text files in a variety of encodings.


Tague Griffith wrote:
> Can anyone recommend a free (at least as in beer, preferably GPL) Java
> text editor that supports editing utf-8 text files. I only need
> something that supports basic text editing (like notepad), it doesn't
> have to have any advanced features or anything like that.
> thanks for any advice
> /t

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