Some .conf files have a lot of comments and parameters in them like so, # WINS Server - Tells the NMBD components of Samba to be a WINS Client # Note: Samba can be either a WINS Server, or a WINS ...
I need a GUI application that shows the binary representation of text, using binary numbers, not hexadecimal numbers. Any suggestions? For example, the program should convert the text Hi to 1001000 ...
I edited a file in /etc/ that I want to save, but forgot to open it using sudo. I remember there was a command to save such a file in vi, and want to know if there is any such way to do it in nano? ...
Sometimes I want the last line of a text file to be a simple string of text with no newline character appended: ...eg. to concatenate another file to it. Several editors automatically modify my ...
I'm hoping to add search and replace within selection and search within files. Having a search option in the context menu would also be handy.
In Cream, I simply can't find the RegEx option mentioned on Cream's info page Basic Features * Find and Find/Replace dialogs use intuitive search, with Regular Expressions as an option (Ctrl+F ...
I've very recently started trialing VIM, and I like what it can do, but its unfamiliar keybindings and modes of operation are daunting. I want that sort of power in a Text-Editor... but if I don't ...
When doing actual work, I can't stand the scalable monospaced fonts that are available to me with the default install. How can I make gVim use the good old 6x13 x11 font?
In windows, I used to use a text editor called crimson editor which featured the best column-mode editing support I have yet to use. When enabled via a simple Alt-C shortcut, selections could be made ...
I'm currently using PhpStorm by Idea JetBrains, but its buggy and I'm really looking for something that will allow me to get work done without too much hassle. Please limit one IDE/Editor an answer.
Possible Duplicate: What is a good text editor for developing code on? I'm trying to find a text editor that I can use for doing Ruby on Rails development. I have been using TextMate on my ...
I want to find a text editor capable of running and mainly storing regular expressions for later re-use. It should also be able to run them across multiple files. I know I can get all that with grep, ...
Tips and advice on how to clone Textmate's functionality in Ubuntu. I've done some research on this in the past and I know this information is valuable to the community.
Is there a network-synchronized multi-user IDE available in the Ubuntu repositories? If so, how did you find out about it? This is not the sort of thing that has an easy-to-search-for name...
I was wondering the difference between these text editors and which is best used with ubuntu? What are each of them good for? Are there better ones?
I'd like to learn and use LaTeX on Ubuntu. What packages do I need? What is the best editor for LaTeX code on Ubuntu for a new LaTeX user? I'd also like the ability to see the code in one pane and ...