I know, we have a whole lot of code editors now, but you can never have too much right?
This one is called Atom. I believe it's open source. It's new and looks very modern, much like Brackets but not from Adobe.
You can find the app here:
And the source can be found here:
Would love to see this as well.
Now that it has reached 1.0.
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For future reference, this requires .NET 4.5 which is only bundled with Windows 8 and higher. Windows 7 and lower (the vast majority of Windows machines) requires .NET 4.5 to be installed with administrative rights.
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The build process doesn't require .NET, and it seems the Atom is built using Node.JS and Chromium using Electron. No .NET needed.
If Im not wrong, Atom does not requires .Net.
Please make it portable. Here a discuss for it: https://github.com/atom/atom/issues/2939
Atom is based on nodeJs and chromium. It is fully featured cross platform text editor.
It seems the Windows installer requires .NET 4.5, but Atom itself does not. The following thread from the Atom website explains that the Atom installer may be bypassed by simply downloading and extracting a .zip file.
I tried that link, it is portable. but profile files are saving at Home folder of user :/
from what i know it doesn't require .net
I made a portable version of their zip dist a long time ago, but didn't publish it because atom is just not as good as brackets so why bother.
I saw it was working good so if you really need it and you prefer it over brackets.io than tell me and i'll publish it.
if you want to tryout brackets.io first, go to: https://github.com/sagiegurari/brackets-portable/releases/tag/188.8.131.52
REad further up they state installer is .Net
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I read it but when using paf, installers are usually not needed and for atom.io definitely as they provide a zip package without an installer.
I wanted to confirm that everyone understands that .net is not needed for the app.
New here: https://github.com/atom/atom/pull/8442
ya thats pretty great they implemented it.
works good too.
i am always looking for new portable text editor this would be awesome
Have you figured out if this requires .NET 4.5 or not? https://portableapps.com/node/53604
All I know is that I install recommended updates on Windows 7, I wasn't really able to found out my .NET version for 100% sure, according to Microsoft's guide here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh925568(v=vs.110).aspx
not sure how up to date it is, but you could try https://portableapps.com/apps/utilities/dotnetinspector-portable.
Every time i used portablapps i found myself wishing this was portable
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Atom.io is available as a Development Test here.