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Markers:

  • (+ssh) can load and save over ssh mostly transparently (Note also that applications like WinSCP also allow a decent solution for remote editing through watching local changes on files you have opened.)
  • (-syntax) does not have syntax highlighting (most do, though language supports always varies)

Pretty much all of the below do syntax highlighting.


Windows

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  • notepad (-syntax)
  • Notepad2 (third party; simple like notepad, but with syntax highlighting and a few other handy things)
  • notepad++
  • ultraedit (+ssh)

Linux

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  • kate (+ssh)
  • kwrite (+ssh)
  • kdevelop (+ssh)
  • NVU (web-specific)


Unsorted

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