A capable office suite.
A beautified text editor with the widgets around the edges removed.
I started using it because I couldn't trivially get Geany spell checking working.
A simple and small text editor.
This doesn't really have a name. Even in it's source it's just called "Text editor".
A straightforward GUI text editor.
I really only use it because I can
echo foo|leafpad and launch leafpad with that content.
I usually use Geany
notepad.exe replacement in 6,144 bytes.
Particularly notable because its configuration is done through an external program which directly modifies the
I tossed this in with my portable applications. It's tiny, and I figure it's one of those "just in case" sort of applications.
2016-03-21 - Tested 3.0f on Windows 10.
A commandline file manager.
Particularly easy to use and featureful. I consider this an essential tool, but usually forget it exists.
Geany is a GTK2 (GUI) text editor which is light and featureful. Here is a sampling of features from their about page:
This is a editor that does such magical things as use control up/down to skip paragraphs. I love it for in-page bookmarking, code folding, search-replace, escaped-replaces and regular expressions for selections, documents and groups of documents.
I also (sometimes) use Leafpad.
TODO - make a proper page
I decided to implement a DOS editor wrapper using DOSBox.