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Brackets

There is a new application available for Sparkers: Brackets

What is Brackets?

Brackets is a modern open-source code editor for HTML, CSS and JavaScript that’s built in HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

What makes Brackets different from other web code editors?

* Tools shouldn’t get in your way. Instead of cluttering up your coding environment with lots of panels and icons, the Quick Edit UI in Brackets puts context-specific code and tools inline.
* Brackets is in sync with your browser. With Live Preview, Brackets works directly with your browser to push code edits instantly and jump back and forth between your real source code and the browser view.
* Do it yourself. Because Brackets is open source, and built with HTML, CSS and JavaScript, you can help build the best code editor for the web.

Installation (64bit only):

sudo apt update
sudo apt install brackets

or via APTus-> Office-> Brackets icon.

Brackets

Copyright (c) 2012 – present Adobe Systems Incorporated
License: MIT
GitHub: github.com/adobe/brackets

 

Lite Editor

There is a new application available for Sparkers: Lite Editor

What is Lite Editor?

Lite is a lightweight text editor written mostly in Lua — it aims to provide something practical, pretty, small and fast, implemented as simply as possible; easy to modify and extend, or to use without doing either.

Additional functionality can be added through plugins which are available from the plugins repository; additional color themes can be found in the colors repository. The editor can be customized by making changes to the user module.

Installation (Sparky 6 i386/amd64 only):

sudo apt update
sudo apt install lite-editor

or via APTus-> Office-> Lite Editor icon.

Lite Editor

Author: “rxi”
License: MIT
GitHub: github.com/rxi/lite

 

CudaText

There is a new tool available for Sparkers: CudaText

What is CudaText?

CudaText is a free, open-source, cross-platform (runs on Microsoft Windows, Linux, macOS or FreeBSD) code editor written in Lazarus. It evolved from the previous editor named SynWrite which is no longer developed. It is extensible by Python add-ons (plugins, linters, code tree parsers, external tools). Syntax parser is feature-rich, based on EControl engine (though not as fast as in some competitors).

Features:
– Syntax highlight for lot of languages (230+ lexers).
– Code tree: structure of functions/classes/etc, if lexer allows it.
– Code folding.
– Multi-carets and multi-selections.
– Find/Replace with regular expressions.
– Configs in JSON format. Including lexer-specific configs.
– Tabbed UI.
– Split view to primary/secondary. Split window to 2/3/4/6 groups of tabs.
– Command palette, with fuzzy matching.
– Minimap. Micromap.
– Show unprinted whitespace.
– Support for many encodings.
– Customizable hotkeys.
– Binary/Hex viewer for files of unlimited size (can show 10 Gb logs).
– Correctly saves binary files.

Features for HTML/CSS coding:
– Smart auto-completion for HTML, CSS.
– HTML tags completion with Tab-key (Snippets plugin).
– HTML color codes (#rgb, #rrggbb) underline.
– Show pictures inside editor area (jpeg/png/gif/bmp/ico).
– Show tooltip when mouse moves over picture tag, entity, color value.

Installation on Debian “Buster”/”Bullseye” / Sparky 5/6 64 bit:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install cudatext

or via APTus-> Office.

CudaText

The project page : uvviewsoft.com/cudatext/
The project developers: Alexey Torgashin, Andrey Kvichanskiy
License: MPL 2.0

 

Notepadqq

There is a new appliacation available for Sparkers: Notepadqq.

From the project web site:

Notepadqq is designed from developers, for developers. With its more than 100 supported languages, it is the ideal text editor for your daily tasks.
The project is completely Free and Open Source.

Installation:
sudo apt update
sudo apt install notepadqq

The editor is Qt based, but there is an additional package to be installed, to support GTK based styles:
sudo apt install notepadqq-gtk
Then run the application from menu-> Development

The editor should replace Leafpad in the Sparky’s LXQt spin.

Notepadqq

 

LightZone

 

The LightZone 4.1.7 package just landed in Sparky repository.

From Wikipedia:

LightZone is a free, open source digital photo editor software application. It was originally developed as commercial software by the now-defunct Light Crafts. Its main purpose is to handle the workflow when handling images in various RAW formats. It is comparable to Adobe Systems’s Photoshop Lightroom

Installation:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install lightzone

The source package is also available in our src repos.

LightZone

 

Enventor 1.0

 

Enventor 1.0.0 landed in Sparky repository.

Enventor is an EDC editor with some convenient functions. It was started near the beginning of June 2013, so expecting it to do everything a mature script editor does is a bit premature.

It is a visual EDC editor with real-time preview of the Edje file.
Does syntax highlighting, highlights relevant parts while editing.

Installation/upgrade from an older version:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install enventor

Demo:

 

Enventor 0.9.0

 

Enventor 0.9.0 landed in Sparky repos now.

Enventor is an EDC editor with some convenient functions. It was started near the begining of June 2013, so expecting it to do everything a mature script editor does is a bit premature.

It is a visual EDC editor with real-time preview of the Edje file.
Does syntax highlighting, highlights relevant parts while editing.

Installation/upgrade from an older version:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install enventor

Enventor

 

Eflete 0.6.1

 

There is a new tool from the “e” group targeted to the Enlightenment users and developers, available in the Sparky repository now: Eflete.

EFL Edje Theme Editor (eflete) is a EFL theme editor with some convenient functions. Eflete oriented towards theme editor and UI design, and not GUI over the edc syntax.

Installation:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install eflete

Eflete

The ‘eflete’ package is available as i386 and amd64 binary and as a source code package as well.

There is also a Wiki page available of the Eflete tool: eflete

 

Enventor

 

There is a new tool from the “e” group targeted to the Enlightenment developers, and available in the Sparky repos now: Enventor.

Enventor is an EDC editor with some convenient functions. It was started near the begining of June 2013, so expecting it to do everything a mature script editor does is a bit premature.

It is a visual EDC editor with real-time preview of the Edje file.
Does syntax highlighting, highlights relevant parts while editing.

Installation:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install enventor

Enventor

The ‘enventor’ package is available as an i386 and amd64 binary and as a source code package as well.

There is also a Wiki page available of the Enventor tool: wiki/doku.php/enventor

 

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