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Komodo Edit

Komodo Edit

Komodo Edit is a fast, smart, free and open-source code editor. It is a multi-platform, multi-language editor (PHP, Python, Ruby, Perl and Tcl, JavaScript, CSS, HTML and template languages like RHTML, Template-Toolkit, HTML-Smarty and Django).

It offers background syntax checking and syntax coloring catch errors immediately, while autocomplete and calltips guide you as you write.

XPI extensions allow you to create your own plug-ins. XPI extension support provides the same capability as Firefox, with all standard Mozilla APIs based on XUL, XBL, and XPCOM, plus our own for Python and JavaScript. Other features include Vi emulation, Emacs key bindings, code folding and code snippets.

 Komodo Edit 9.0.1

Price
Free to download

Size
74.8MB
License

Mozilla Public License

Developer
ActiveState Software Inc

Website
www.activestate.com

System Requirements
1GHz (or faster) x86 or x86_64 processor
1 GB RAM
250 MB hard disk space
350 MB of temporary hard disk space during installation

glibc 2.4 (or higher) and libjpeg.so.62 (or higher): These libraries are included in standard Linux distributions
libstdc++6 (or higher)
GTK+ 2.10 (or higher)
Gnome libraries (libgnome, libgnomeui)

Support:
Documentation, Forums

Selected Reviews:
PC Advisor, h3rald, Switched.com

Features include:

  • Code Profiling
  • Easily configure, develop, manage and deploy applications to the Stackato cloud platform
  • Komodo Color Schemes
  • Preference Searching
  • Notifications Pane
  • find widget has been added to the Komodo editor, which will speed up the time taken to search for text within documents
  • Code intelligence and debugging support for Node
  • Synchronize your important Komodo data between multiple machines
  • Code Collaboration
  • Moveable Side Pane Widgets
  • Multi-language syntax checking

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