RE: [WSG] Standards Text Editor, Part Deux

2005-02-13 Thread Luca Mascaro
Work on Windows
Have Syntax-Highlighting
NOT be Java-Based
Work with XHTML 1.0 easily

For me the best editor with this features is Macromedia Homesite 5.5 (the
editor integrated in DreamWeaver MX 2004)

Regards

Luca Mascaro


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ADMIN Thread closed Re: [WSG] Standards Text Editor, Part Deux

2005-02-12 Thread Lea de Groot
On Sat, 12 Feb 2005 16:08:01 -0800, The Bo$$ wrote:
 Way back in May of 2004 I asked this mailing list about their
 favourite text editors.

Thank you, can anyone with suggestions please reply offlist?
As mentioned several times previously, discussion of text editors is 
not on topic for this list.
We have a resources page on the website which is quite inclusive - 
review that.

warmly,
Lea
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Re: [WSG] Standards Text Editor, Part Deux

2005-02-12 Thread Jorge Laranjo
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Ok! You have the gVIM here: http://www.vim.org/download.php#pc
It run in Windows (and DOS), it has Syntax-Highlighting, isn't Java 
based and works with XHTML easily :D

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Em 13/fev/2005, às 00:08, The Bo$$ escreveu:
Way back in May of 2004 I asked this mailing list about their
favourite text editors. I am quite satisfied with TSW Web Coder, which
someone from this list pointed me to, but the new version is quite
obstrusive, and not XHTML compatible (only HTML 4). I am looking for a
Text Editor that has 4 qualities. It must:
Work on Windows
Have Syntax-Highlighting
NOT be Java-Based
Work with XHTML 1.0 easily
I have been searching all over the place. Can anyone help me? What do
you guys recommend?
Thanks!
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