Re: decent unicode capable web app editor

From: Doug Ewell (
Date: Thu Jun 17 2004 - 01:45:31 CDT

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    Paul Hastings <paul at sustainableGIS dot com> wrote:

    > in any case anyone's interested the suggestions so far are:
    > ultraEdit
    > eclipse
    > jText
    > jEdit
    > vim
    > notepad (yes really. i use it quite a lot more than i'd like to admit
    > in conjunction with mm's cfStudio with its broken unicode "support")

    I have to add SC UniPad to the list, although its $199 price tag might
    be a bit steep. Note that by editing small files, or exiting and
    re-entering frequently, you can get a lot done with the unregistered
    (free) version.

    All of my Web pages, which I admit are not very complex, are written
    using SC UniPad.

    I also admit to being biased, having contributed the SCSU code and
    Vietnamese conversion routines and dozens of keyboard layouts to SC

    -Doug Ewell
     Fullerton, California

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