I need a Code Editor for C++ and other languges

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    I need a Code Editor for C++ and other langauges

    Hi,

    Today I need to use windows 2000, as it is the only system that I have in here.

    Could you please tell me about some Code Editors under windows 2000.

    I've try to use cEdit4.2.2 , but it doesn't work.

    Thanx for your help.
    Last edited by NANO; 12-04-2002 at 08:25 PM.
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    try windows version of vim:

    gvim

    you can find it via search on google

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    When all else fails, read the instructions.
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    I would like to download it

    I am out of anysoftware or CD or anything ...

    Do you have a link URL for gvim for windows so I can download it directly from the link.
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    I'm partial to

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    Thanx guys

    that was helpfull


    Thanx a lot.
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    At work we use Slick Edit ($300 !!!) www.slickedit.com There is a free trial, but I don't know the terms.

    I've also tried-out EditExt ($25) www.alcodasoftware.com There is a 30 day free trial.

    Both of these can recognize (and change text color of) keywords in various languages etc. I have Slick Edit set-up to make curly brackets and simicolons red, etc.

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    What's wrong with Dev-C++? It's completely free.

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    What's wrong with Dev-C++?
    its buggy sometimes

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    and

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    What's wrong with Dev-C++?

    and it takes forever to download


    I have DSL , and it takes for ever with me... What kind of server do they have.
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    they dont have a server, they are a project on www.sourceforge.net and sourceforge has a various alottment of servers, mirrors and the like, just pick a different mirror and it should be decent

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