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Is there an editor for linux which can cache files in it? Every time I started the Notepad++ on windows, it brought all files which I've left open (even unsaved files).

Unfortunately the Notepadqq doesn't brings up this function. Does anybody have a recommendation?

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Ubuntu have plenty of editor. Here are two options:

  • Sublime Text also does this by default. – user13161 Sep 13 '17 at 16:55
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Notapadqq has caching as default. Is a pretty good alternative that does most of the things that Notepad++ does. Here is a the github repo.

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I would suggest Atom Editor

https://atom.io/

if anything is missing, most likely you can find additional packages that will do what you want!

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I'm not sure, but Geany (sudo apt-get install geany) restores previous files and tabs from last session.

Also you can install Notepad++ on wine if you like it.

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You can also try Visual Studio Code for Linux. It has auto completition, words highlighting and themes, plugins, extensions...

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