jEdit 5.5

Cross platform, programmer's text editor written in Java.
5.5 (See all)

jEdit is a cross platform, programmer's text editor written in Java. Developed by Slava Pestov and others, jEdit is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License. Features include:
- Runs on any operating system with a Java 2 version 1.3 or higher virtual machine - this includes Windows, Unix, MacOS X and VMS.
- Efficient keyboard shortcuts for everything
- Comprehensive online help
- Unlimited undo/redo
- Copy and paste with an unlimited number of clipboards (known as "registers")
- Register contents are saved across editing sessions
- Rich set of keyboard commands for manipulating entire words, lines and paragraphs at a time
- "Markers" for remembering positions in files to return to later Marker locations are saved across editing sessions
- Any number of editor windows may be open, each window may be split into several areas, each area can view a different file. Alternatively, different locations in one file can be viewed in more than one area
- Multiple open windows and split windows are remembered between editing sessions Rectangular selection
- Multiple selection (sometimes known as "discontinuous" or "additive" selection) for manipulating several chunks of text at once
- Word wrap

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