Jul 20, 2023

Small but powerful text editor for GTK

xed is a GTK-based text editor. Its features include

* Complete integration with any GTK environment
* Global Search and Replace
* Dynamically loaded fonts
* Splitscreen Mode
* Printing support
* Configurable Plugins system
* Unlimited Undo/Redo

Although new features are always under development, currently xed has

  • Complete support for UTF-8 text
  • Syntax highlighting for many languages
  • Support for editing remote files
  • Search and replace
  • Printing and print previewing support
  • File revert
  • Complete preferences interface
  • Configurable Python-based plugin system

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