A folding text editor for Linux and Windows
Author: Marc Kerbiquet
Family: FoldingEditors LinuxEditorFamily
Platform: Linux, Windows
License: Open Source
In Code Browser, folded sections in a text file are called 'folders' because of similiarities with filesystem folders. See the Introduction for more information.
Links help navigation between files, they are a natural extension to folders: a link is an headline that references another folder in the same or another text file.
These comment lines are display with a different font and color in the text but without the comment makers. It gives the source code a literate programming look.
- Multiple files, windows and panes
Several files can be loaded simultaneously, but in addition, several windows can be opened on the same file. This feature is very important with the folding system: It allows viewing or editing another part of your current working file; you just have to reopen a new window on it.
- Smalltalk style browser The hierarchy of folded sections is displayed in lists above the text.
- Tree browser The hierarchy of folded sections is displayed in a tree view.