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    posted a message on Editor for the developing wow mods?
    Quote from Malcolm »

    Second this, I have a Mac at work, a Linux dev box and Windows PCs at home, I sync up my profiles and it works wonderfully.

    I used to use Notepad++ but it's always lacked project management functionality and isn't cross platform. Komodo Edit is free, has code folding, FTP functionality, JavaScript and Python based macros, project management, speel cehcking, extension support... oh the list goes on.

    Highly recommend:
    http://www.activestate.com/Products/komodo_ide/komodo_edit.mhtml


    FYI Notepad++ has a simple project management system called session. It will save all files open then you just open the session file and it will reopen the files it has stored.
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    posted a message on Editor for the developing wow mods?
    Quote from sylvanaar »

    I just saw the other day there was a commercial editor for Lua. It cost like $100 and had a debugger and what not. I cant seem to find its name anymore.

    Oh right. Decoda. I didnt bother trying it though. They want too much money

    http://www.unknownworlds.com/decoda/buy




    I tried this a few months back and I wasn't impressed. It's definitely not worth the cost.

    I use Notepad++ mostly for Lua coding. Haven't tried the latest version though(5).
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