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Thanks to one of my colleagues, I recently discovered SCITE, the Scintilla Text Editor (http://gisdeveloper.tripod.com/scite.html)
If, like me, you're maniuplating hundreds of file types (ranging from .java to .sql, .cs, ...), possibly within the same demo, talk or training session, then you're probably looking for a fast text editor with decent syntax highlighting capabilities that you can use to demo code snippets to your audience.
Scite does this and much more. You can virtually hook any command-line utility to it by editing its config files. I plugged CSC, OSQL, SQL Plus, iSQL, javac and many more into Scite. It's extremely fast and pops up at the same speed as notepad.
After 3 months of practise I can comfortably say that it's by far the best text editor I've ever used !
Needless to say that it is free :)
Give it a try ! And by the way, thanks to the guys who are behind this amazing little piece of software.
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