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Corrupter
September 23rd, 2008, 08:51 PM
hey guys, i still work on a daily basis in windows and sometimes its not always conveniant to get over to the linux box to update a few things, usually i do this in ssh but i'd love to be able to parse and edit scripts on the windows box and push em to the linux box.

All i really need is an editor that supports parsing and color flags for commands/variables etc.

I found one that is trialware which is great but i cant see spending what they are asking on something im only going to use maybe once in a while.

If any one knows of a decent free or shareware program that does this shoot me a link.

Thanks!

Mornedhel
September 23rd, 2008, 08:53 PM
Notepad++ ? Haven't coded in anything other than full fledged IDEs in Windows for *ages*, so can't really tell.

I think SciTE is available for Windows too.