Hi guys,I'm loking for a lightweight gui php editor but cant find anything which is available for cent os? It has to be free and I dont want a IDE, just a lightweight e... [by mschmidt]
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ged/https://github.com/8l/ged i found lightweight gtk editor written in c.no this program is not mine, anyway, i would like to post. Ged is a (very) lightweight text editor written in Python using the pygtk bindings. The author noticed a lack of simple gtk2.0 text editors (as gedit depends on the gnome libraries) and Ged intends to fill this gap.
i like this simple qt5-base text editor in dwm/LMDE pack7.
current state i have no gedit, coz it conflict with cinnamon(which for temp use).
textpad-editor is Simple and lightweight text editor based on QT4/QT5.
Remarkable is a new free fully featured Markdown editor for Linux distributions. It has features such as Live preview making markdown coding easier. It a lightweight editor and also has a simply User...
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Over the past year or so, I’ve made a conscious effort to search around the web and find the best free music players out there. Time and time again, I find myself coming back to my tried and trusty Foobar2000, but every once in a while I wonder if there might be anything even better.
Markdown is a lightweight markup language. Using markdown, you can write content in a simple and easy to read plain text, and finally, it will generate the equivalent html(valid XHTML or html) for publishing on web.
Mousepad is a notepad-like graphical text editor for Xfce based on the Leafpad text editor that runs on any Linux desktop. It is very handy as a go-to tool when you do not have any heavy lifting to do. If you are looking for a text editor that functions more like a lightweight word processor, then look elsewhere. Mousepad is far too simple for those needs.
I know that a handful of people value lightweight programs, especially after I read some comments on my previous articles. I must admit, it’s a great thing when a program is light on resources and does the job right every time. In today’s feature I’ve found another very lightweight program for your personal enjoyment called Leafpad.
it is very hard to find a free ISO image editor software. I have used some of them, but ran into problems, such as 300mb filesize limits..
Does there exists a tool (not commercial) which is really FREE iso editor /modify tool i can use to edit bootable ISO images?