Crimson Editor

Crimson Editor is a great editor written as a replacement for Notepad. It can be used for languages such as HTML/C/C++/Perl/Java and PHP. It allows syntax highlighting, multi-level undo/redo and the basic things you’d expect in an editor along with many other useful features that you wouldn’t expect in such a small footprint. Check it out. It’s freeware for Windows.
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  • Crimson Editor is old news. I was using that WAY back in 2000.
    It’s a nice little tool, but doesn’t do auto translation between DOS and UNIX text files which causes great fun if you’re working on files from a *NIX server.

  • Crimson Editor is old news. I was using that WAY back in 2000.
    It’s a nice little tool, but doesn’t do auto translation between DOS and UNIX text files which causes great fun if you’re working on files from a *NIX server.