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What editor ??

 
Andre
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I just want to know what editor you guys use to create the
Read me and Design documents.
 
Aleksey Matiychenko
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ReadMe should be a plain text file. So any editor that can save to a .txt format is ok. (Word, Wordpad, Notepad etc)
 
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Kalichar Rangantittu
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Hi All,
I am creating my code using emacs/gvim and jedit. My problem is that when I open up the created code in note-pad it shows up really wierd. Whats the best way to do it?
 
Bal Sharma
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..really wierd. Whats the best way to do it?
I do not know the best way. But I am using MS DOS text editor. It is working fine to me.
-Bal
 
Kalichar Rangantittu
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Does it look fine in Notepad? If so I guess its not gonna look good in vi or emacs with ^M characters everywhere. If you look at the Data class they provided it does not open up fine anyway in notepad. Let keep conistency )
 
Rajesh Matti
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Use wordpad. You should be safe everywhere. This is my experience.
 
Mark Spritzler
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I use textpad, I like it because it has color coding, and can compile the code itself.
Mark
 
Steve Granton
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Hi,
I also use Textpad as you can download syntax highlighters for most languages and there are a lot of nice features included. There are also a number of utilities that you can download for it - such as to show the methods in a Java field.
You can also configure how it formats the text when it saves it.
You can download an unlimited evaluation version at www.textpad.com
Cheers,
Steve
 
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