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PrinceTimothy
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Programmers Notepad

I have seen this program called Programmers Notepad, it is a great program however i would like to get it to be portable because its the best, lightweight programming/HTML/batch editor i have seen yet, it has full syntax hylighting and is very small in comparasin to most editors (it even supposrts UNIX text files, on windows). The thing is i need a way to get the seetings and store them to a file and have them loaded everytime the program starts as to make it fully portable. Would anyone be able to do it and if they won't then please share the knowledge so i could?

http://www.pnotepad.org/
http://sourceforge.net/projects/pnotepad/

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PSPad

is good too. www.pspad.com/en/
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Well, im not sure about

Well, im not sure about Programers pad but PSpad is open source. Smile

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If I do PSpad for you where

If I do PSpad for you where shall you "pick it up"?

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PSPad

is already portable. Just copy to your USB.
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Wherever, i am just looking

Wherever, i am just looking for a decent editor that supports syntax hilighting and UNIX files.

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jEdit is portable.

jEdit is portable.

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Programmer's Notepad

I downloaded it and ran it and it appears to write a slew of registry entries. I did use Deuce's RegRapper with success, so I could distribute it with that if you want, but I would recommend SciTE or PSPad.

-Justin

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I'm a fan of Notepad2, which

I'm a fan of Notepad2, which uses SciTE.

Quick Q: Can I use a portable PSPad or SciTE and have them compile NSIS scripts from my portable copy of NSIS? I know you can link the editors with compilers, but I'd like to know about portable versions. Thanks!

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unfortunately......

You can't do it automatically. You can open your portable copy of NSIS (http://www.portasoft.org/e107/page.php?13) and then choose file>open script after saving in your editor of choice as a .nsi file. You then compile with Portable NSIS. This is the only way to do it at this time.

-Justin

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Actually, I just drag'n'drop

Actually, I just drag'n'drop the NSI file onto the compiler.

Thanks anyway...

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yea

Haha forgot about that!

-Justin

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Thanks everyone that PSPad

Thanks everyone that PSPad is a great program and it is portable which is great

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what's the editor that is

what's the editor that is the closest to ultraedit and that is opensource? that would be nice to have.

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