[thelist] Good editor for the PC

Robert Goodyear rob_goodyear at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 5 22:02:28 CST 2001

BBEdit user here: but when on my PC, UltraEdit32 is quite nice,
allows for syntax highlighting and pretty decent FTP management.
Also supports Tidy HTML, which when used with a customized config
file is a great timesaver. (e.g.: I *still* can't remember to
write my <BR> tags like <br /> yet, but Tidy fixes all that in a



--- Katie Kearns <kkearns at cisco.com> wrote:
> Hey folks,
> I'm looking for a good, free editor for a PC (Windows 2000). 
> I'm used to 
> BBEdit, but I don't have a Mac at work. ;>
> I need to work on XML (lots of DTDs), XSLT, a bit of HTML, and
> maybe some 
> perl or javascript or similar languages.
> If there's anyone out there who understands why BBEdit is the
> best editor 
> ever and happens to know something that's similar for the PC..
> please let 
> me know. :)
> Thanks,
> -Katie

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