SynWrite 6.6.1280-A free source code editor

SynWrite is a free source code editor and notepad replacement for Microsoft Windows Operating Systems. Initially started as project for building an editor based on the powerful EControl Syntax Editor SDK, SynWrite now offers a wide set of features.


•Syntax highlighting for lots of languages
•Fully customizable highlightings
•Code folding, determined text ranges may be collapsed.
•Tree structure view for source code
•Source code templates
•Clipboard history panel
•Search, replace with regular expressions
•Search, replace in multiple files
•External tools (capture of console output, errors navigation)
•Strings extraction feature
Zen Coding (HTML + CSS + XSL high speed coding engine)
•Customizable hotkeys
•"Sync-Edit" feature allows to edit identical identifiers
•Portable mode
•Live spell checking
•Plugin support for file manager "Total Commander"
•Multilingual user interface
•Export to RTF/HTML with syntax highlighting
•and more...

What's new in this version:

•Added: bookmarks panel (tab in the Output panel)
•Added: HTML Tidy updated for HTML5
•Added: mid-click on tab closes tab
•Added: installer detects running Synw
•Changed ini location for basic editor options (about 20 of them). Was before: keys "Options" and "OptionsEx", now: keys "Flags" and "FlagsEx" (now keys read faster). To restore old settings from saved ini, call dialog "Commands" (menu "Help -- Show commands list"), and run command "Update ini file" (type "upd ini" in filter box). This updates ini file and deletes old keys. Then restart SW.
•Removed icons "Std", "Tango 16x" (to speedup start)
•Removed some skins
•Removed items "Zoom in/out" in status menu

You can download it using following link:
Download: SynWrite 6.6.1280 | Portable SynWrite |  ~13.0 MB (Open Source)

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