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EmEditor

EmEditor
Developer(s) Emurasoft, Inc.
Stable release 14.6.1 / November 5, 2014 (2014-11-05)
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Type Text editor
License Proprietary
Website http://www.emeditor.com

EmEditor is a lightweight extensible commercial text editor for Microsoft Windows. It was developed by Yutaka Emura of Emurasoft, Inc. It includes full Unicode support, 32-bit and 64-bit builds, syntax highlighting, find and replace with regular expressions, vertical selection editing, editing of large files (up to 248 GB or 2.1 billion lines), and is extensible via plugins and scripts.[1][2]

Contents

  • Features 1
    • Unicode support 1.1
    • Large files 1.2
    • Plug-ins 1.3
    • Scripting macros 1.4
  • Awards and nominations 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Features

Unicode support

EmEditor supports Unicode and provides tools for work with various character encodings. These features include automatic encoding detection, byte order mark support, file reload with a different encoding, and detection of encoding errors. EmEditor can use any encoding supported by Windows and easily converts from one encoding to another. The program opens Unicode file names and searches for Unicode characters.

Large files

EmEditor is capable of working with very large files.[3] For large files up to 248 GB, rather than opening them in memory, EmEditor "spills them out" into disk space. For files over 248 GB, it uses its Large File Controller to edit separate sections of the file.

Plug-ins

EmEditor is extensible via plug-ins written in C/C++. The editor's API is available, so that users can write their own plug-ins.

The following plug-ins are installed with EmEditor by default:

  • HTMLBar
  • Open Documents
  • Outline
  • Projects
  • Search
  • Snippets
  • WebPreview
  • WordComplete
  • Word Count

An optional 32-bit plug-in for CSE HTML Validator support is also available.[4]

Scripting macros

The program is scriptable using the Windows Script Host. The program's scripts are written in either JScript or VBScript. EmEditor can generally be scripted in any scripting language that supports Active Scripting. The program includes powerful macros.[5]

Awards and nominations

  • EmEditor Professional has been nominated for the Epsilon Award 2010. Later it won the second place of the award.[6]
  • EmEditor 10.0 was awarded a 5/5 Cows editor's rating on tucows.[7]
  • EmEditor won the Shareware Industry Award for 2008 in the Best Applications category.[8]
  • EmEditor 8.00 was awarded a 5/5 stars Editor's Rating on CNET's Download.com on November 18, 2008.[9]

See also

References

  1. ^ "EmEditor.com". Retrieved 22 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "PC Advisor: EmEditor Professional review". Retrieved 22 August 2013. 
  3. ^ ZDnet Article
  4. ^ CSE HTML Validator plug-in (32-bit) Retrieved 2012-10-03
  5. ^ CNET Download.com Review Retrieved on 3 March 2009.
  6. ^ The Epsilon Award - the nominated of 2010
  7. ^ Download EmEditor Professional – Shareware Software – Tucows Retrieved on 29 July 2010
  8. ^ Shareware Industry Awards 2008
  9. ^ CNET Download.com EmEditor page Retrieved on 12 March 2009.

External links

  • EmEditor Home Page
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