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I recently found a great feature in one of the editors I've been using for coding in Ruby , SciTE: it will export to HTML! Now, no more non-color coded Java and Ruby, and no more surfing the web all day to find a colorizer online that I can easily strip out to put in my template. I really like Notepad++ (for quick edits), which is based on SciTE (or Scintilla), but it doesn't seem to have the same feature. Check it out if you need code coloring in any one of 30 languages (plus, like Notepad++, it's also super-small/fast for loading when you only need to do a quick edit).

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yup! i totally agree...i love it! best thing ive used so far, and it even helps to define what tags are wrong by displaying in red, i love it, super fast and very flexible for any language.

Posted by Randy on Oct 12, 2010 at 08:36 PM UTC - 6 hrs

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