Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Crimson Editor Source Code Editors

Crimson Editor download
Crimson was written in C, is open source and is known as a professional source code editor for Windows only. It is also a suitable replacement for Notepad and supports programming in 60+ languages such as Maple, LotusScript, C/C++, MySQL, Ruby, Perl and JScript. Currently it only supports the English language. Unfortunately, the final release of Crimson was in 2008, but it has been replaced through Emeral Editor.

As you can see from the image below, it resembles Notepad++ from the toolbar to the tabbed editing. It also supports plugins, which are called "tools," and macros. There is even a built-in FTP client and you have the ability to manage groups of related files and save them as projects.

Syntax highlighting
Auto indentation
Compiler integration
Ability to add bookmarks
FTP support
Instant/live spell checker
Multiple instances
No auto completion
No code folding
No text folding
No collaborative editing
No large file support
No HTTP, SSH or WebDav support for remote file editing


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