TEA is a GTK-based text editor that provides a wide range of text-processing functions (over 100) and syntax highlighting, yet the software has a very small footprint.
It can read the following formats: Plain text, OpenDocument, OpenOffice.org SWX, KWord KWD and AbiWord.
TEA can handle all charsets that Linux supports through the iconv library.
- Built-in file manager Kwas.
- Spell checker (using aspell).
- Tabbed layout engine.
- Multiply encodings support.
- Code snippets, sessions and templates support.
- SRT-subtitles preview with Mplayer in a current subtitles position.
- Text analyzer called UNITAZ.
- Hot keys customizations.
- “Open at cursor”-function for HTML-files and images.
- Misc HTML tools.
- Bracket matching.
- Preview in external browsers.
- String-handling functions such as sorting, reverse, format killing, trimming, filtering, conversions etc.
- Drag’n’drop support (with text files and pictures).
- Built-in image viewer (PNG, JPEG, GIF, WBMP, BMP).
Developer: Peter Semiletov and many contributors
License: GNU GPL v3
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