Synonyms for gedit or Related words with gedit
Examples of "gedit"
Valencia is a
plugin that turns
into a lightweight IDE for Vala.
has an optional side pane displaying the list of open files and (in a different tab of the side pane) a file browser. It also has an optional bottom pane with a Python console and (using
automatically detects when an open file is modified on disk by another application and offers to reload that file. Using a plugin (in
can save and load sessions, which are lists of currently open tabs.
Since version 3.20
uses gspell for spell checking.
The features of
include multi language spell checking via Enchant and a flexible plugin system allowing the addition of new features, for example snippets and integration with external applications including a Python or Bash terminal. A number of plugins are included in
itself, with more plugins in the
-plugins package and online.
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Leafpad has a small footprint compared to editors such as
This is an example of how LDTP would test writing in
rely on the gspell library, which acts as a wrapper around enchant.
is also available for Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
It is also used by Nautilus and
of the GNOME desktop environment.
uses the GNOME help system for documentation. It also uses virtual file system and GNOME printing framework.
Aspell has been integrated into software such as Gajim, LyX, Notepad++, Claws Mail and previously Pidgin, Opera,
( or ) is the default text editor of the GNOME desktop environment and part of the GNOME Core Applications. Designed as a general-purpose text editor,
emphasizes simplicity and ease of use, with a clean and simple GUI, according to the philosophy of the GNOME project. It includes tools for editing source code and structured text such as markup languages.
In December 2008,
binaries were made available for Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows. Actual Version for Windows 32-bit is 2.30.1.
Newer versions of
(3.0+) for Windows are available through MSYS2 and can be installed via the built-in Pacman package manager.
includes syntax highlighting via GtkSourceView for various program code and text markup formats including MediaWiki.
also has GUI tabs for editing multiple files. Tabs can be moved between various windows by the user. It can edit remote files using GVFS libraries; (GnomeVFS is now deprecated). It supports a full undo and redo system as well as search and replace. Other typical code oriented features include line numbering, bracket matching, text wrapping, current line highlighting, automatic indentation and automatic file backup.
The interface was inspired by TortoiseSVN, recognisable by the file manager shell integration, which is available on Nautilus and Thunar in the case of RabbitVCS. It can also integrate into
or run independently on the command line.
pluma ( "feather") is a fork of
2 and the default text editor of the MATE desktop environment used in Linux distributions. It extends the basic functionality with other features and plugins.
Being part of the GNOME Core Applications
3 uses the GTK+ 3.0 and GNOME 3.0 libraries. The GNOME integration includes drag and drop to and from GNOME Files.
supports printing, including print preview and printing to PostScript and PDF files. Printing options include text font, and page size, orientation, margins, optional printing of page headers and line numbers, as well as syntax highlighting.
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