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GNU nano 8.0 Released with New Options and Various Improvements

GNU nano 8.0 command line text editor for Unix-like systems is now available for download as a major update introducing new features. Here’s what’s new!
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Vim 9.1 Text Editor Adds Smooth Scroll Support, New :defer Command, and More

Vim 9.1 comes one and a half years after the major Vim 9.0 release and implements a handful of new features like smooth scroll support, a new :defer command to help clean up a function, support for adding virtual-text to a buffer, as well as support for Vim9 classes and objects for the Vim9 scripting […]

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Vim 9.1 Adds Virtual Text, Smooth Scrolling, and More

Latest Vim 9.1: Remembering Bram Moolenaar, featuring new :defer command, virtual-text support, and EditorConfig plugin. See what’s new.
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Geany 2.0 Released! How to Install in Ubuntu 22.04, 20.04, 23.10

Geany, the small and fast IDE, released version 2.0 hours ago! Here are the new features as well as how to install guide for Ubuntu users. Changes in Geany 2.0 according to the official release note: Split “session data” into session.conf, preferences are written to and read from geany.conf. Re-add ability to scroll over document […]

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The 27 Best IDEs and Code Editors for Linux

In this article, we’ll look at some of the best IDEs available on Linux that are widely used in many programming languages.
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How to Edit Remote Files With Vim on Linux

Vim is one of the best, highly configurable text editors. This tutorial explains how to edit remote files with Vim on Linux systems.
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Pop!_OS Is Working on a New Text Editor Based on Vim, VS Code

System76 has been busy adding things to its upcoming COSMIC DE on Pop!_OS; it recently shared what it was up to for the month of February.
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Project Atom Archived: Pulsar is the Way Forward

Following the mid-year announcement, the Atom repository was archived on Dec. 15, ending an era for this widely used text and source code editor.
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Micro: Making File Editing Easier in Linux Terminal

Editing with Micro is much easier than with other editors like Vim and Emacs. You can even use your regular Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V, Ctrl+Z shortcuts in Micro.

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How to Edit and Convert Binary Files on Linux

Opening binary files on a normal text editor program will only display unreadable characters. Learn how to edit and convert binary files on Linux here.
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How to Set the Vim Background Colors in Linux

Vim is an exceptional and widely used terminal-based text editor in the Linux community. Learn how to set Vim background colors in Linux here.
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Vim 9.0 Released with New Script Syntax, Popup Menu Command Completion

The popular Vim text editor released new major 9.0 version few days ago with many new features and large number of new features. The new release introduced Vim9 script with drastic performance improvements. The execution speed can be increased via 10 to 100 times faster. However, function must be defined with def, and the argument […]

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How to Install GNU Emacs 28.1 in Ubuntu 22.04 | 20.04

This simple tutorial shows how to install the GNU Emacs text editor 28.1 and keep up-to-date in Ubuntu 22.04, Ubuntu 20.04, and Ubuntu 18.04 GNU Emacs text editor has reached v28 release series for few months, though Ubuntu still has v27.1 in its universe repository. For those would like to install/upgrade the editor, here are […]

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Hands on With GNOME’s New Text Editor for Linux Users

Built on top of the controversial libadwaita, GNOME Text Editor follows the new design principles set by its development committee. It has a sleek, modern look with rounded corners.
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How to Install Etherpad with Nginx and SSL on Debian 11

Etherpad is a collaborative, real-time text editor for your team. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install Etherpad with Nginx and SSL on Debian 11.
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Atom – A Hackable Text and Source Code Editor for Linux

Atom is a free and open-source text and source code editor, available for cross-platform operating systems. Learn more here.
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How to Install Sublime Text 4 Editor on Ubuntu

Sublime Text is one of the most popular text and source code editors for software and web development. Learn how to install Sublime Text on Ubuntu here.
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How To Use Spell Check Feature In Vim Text Editor

This guide explains how spell check feature works in Vim and how to use spell check feature in Vim text editor in Linux and Unix operating systems.
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GNU nano 6.0 Text Editor Is Out with New Color Names, etc.

GNU nano 6.0 is here to introduce various new features and improvements to the popular command-line text editor, including a new option for hiding the title bar, status bar, and help lines. This release also introduces 14 new color names, including crimson, beet, brick, brown, ocher, plum, rosy, sage, sand, sea, sky, slate, tawny, and […]

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The 32 Best IDEs/Text Editors for C++

Not everyone has the same tastes and when it comes to developing in C++ . The form and environment can vary from person to person. Many are not satisfied with the development environment they use or plan to test others to see if things run better. Based on that I decided to build the biggest […]

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