This is the Windows app named wxMEdit whose latest release can be downloaded as wxMEdit-3.1-win32-bin.7z. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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•Added automatically checking for updates
•Added bookmark support
•Added right-click context menu for each tab
•Added purging histories support
•Added selecting a line by triple click
•Added FreeBASIC syntax file
•Added an option to place configuration files into %APPDATA% directory under Windows
•Improved support for Find/Replace
•Improved Mac OS X support
•Improved system integration under Windows
•Improved encoding detection result
•Improved Hex editing support
•Added more choices for data format copying/pasting in Hex Area
•Added new feature: Paste with Overwriting in Hex Area
•Improved encoding support
--Added grouping of encodings
--Added new encodings: ISO-8859-16,CP1258,KOI8-R/U,GB18030,CP850,CP852,CP855,CP866,CP437 for ASCII-Art
•Redesigned dialogs with Code::Blocks wxSmith
--Added Spanish,Russian,German,Polish translation
--Updated Chinese and Japanese translations
•Other fixes and changes
- wxMEdit can run under MS-Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and Mac OS X platforms.
- Checks for updates automatically.
- Supports bookmark.
- Edits files in Text, Column and Hex modes.
- In Hex-Mode, wxMEdit can open large files which size is up to 32GB (INT_MAX*16).
- Users can change the encoding of files at runtime like Web-Browsers.
- Supports many encodings, e.g. Unicode(UTF-8, UTF-16/32 with Little or Big Endian), ISO-8859-1~16, Windows-1250~1258, KOI8-R/U, GB18030, Big5 and Windows-31J etc.
- Supports non-BMP Unicode Characters Such as CJK Ext-B/C/D, Miao Letters, Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols, Musical Symbols, Emoji, etc.
- If users input a character that is not supported by current encoding, this character will be converted to Unicode escape format (only code point format supported currently).
- Regular Expression search & replace.
- Opens multiple files on single instance.
- wxMEdit can view ASCII-Art files with appropriate monospace font e.g. Courier New under Windows/Mac OS X; Andale Mono, Courier, Menlo, Monaco under Mac OS X; Console and Fixed under Unix-like OS; DejaVu Sans Mono, Free Mono, Liberation Mono, etc.
Developers, End Users/Desktop
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