I've just posted a pre-release of SciTE Portable 1.7.0 and need some folks to test it out. For the unfamiliar, SciTE is a very customizable text editor that's very handy for developers. This release has many of the features of the other new apps, too:
Live CD & Read-Only USB Support - SciTE Portable fully supports running from a CD or from a USB flash drive set to read-only mode. For CD use, just burn a copy once you've run it and configured it to your liking.
In-Place Upgrades - SciTE Portable supports the ability to do what I'm calling an "in-place upgrade". This means that you can extract it right over an existing installation of SciTE Portable without losing any of your existing data and it'll Just Work (tm). Note, however, that if you make any advanced changes to the properties files other than SciTEUser.properties, you'll need to manually back those up before upgrading.
WINE Support - The new launcher has been written and tested to work with Wine within your favorite UNIX/Linux distro. You can install, configure and use SciTE Portable within Wine without issue.
SciTE Config Changes - I've changed the standard set of SciTE options a bit. Enabling line numbers and line background highlights, enabling the toolbar/status, NSIS support enabled, status bar layout changed to include all necessary details in a single pane, etc. If you like em, you can grab the SciTEUser.properties file and use it with your local copy of SciTE. If you don't, you can copy your version of that file from your local copy to SciTEPortable\Data\settings.
Grab the self-extractor here: SciTE Portable 1.70 Pre-Release