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dartiss

 
Member Since: Aug 29, 2012
Location: Nottingham, UK
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Originally Posted by IvanLasston View Post
Pretty much all FOSS editors are available in one form or another for Mac - you didn't say what you were coding
Aquamac - Emacs which has a bunch of editing modes which are very powerful
Aquamacs: Emacs for Mac OS X

Good old Vim
macvim - Vim for the Mac - Google Project Hosting

Xcode has a code editor available (can get it from the app store)

Textwrangler (on the appstore should be free)
Bare Bones Software | TextWrangler
Mac App Store - TextWrangler
and bbedit (not free or too cheap at $49.99)
Bare Bones Software | BBEdit 10
It will mainly be PHP, XHTML and JS development.

However, I am looking for something that works on both Windows and Mac. I don't need anything too fancy - no IDE - just a syntax highlighting notepad if the truth if known. However, I'm resistant to very basic Vim-style editors.

David.
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