RJ TextEd v7.43 Beta 1 | 18.6 MB
RJ TextEd - A Unicode source and text editor. RJ TextEd is a full featured text and source editor with Unicode support, syntax highlighting and code folding.
The functionality extends beyond text files and includes support for HTML editing with integrated preview, spell checking, auto completion, HTML validation, templates and more. The program also include support for Topstyle Lite CSS editor, has a dual pane file commander, as well as a FTP client to upload your files. The editor uses language files to display menus and dialogs in different languages. There are several included languages. New language files can easily be created in the editor. RJ TextEd is also a simple web development tool. The editor can use auto completion and hints to assist you in editing your source code. You can preview HTML/ASP/PHP... code using one of the preview tabs or open a document in a browser. The editor does not only handle source code. It also handles true ASCII files, binary files and of course plain text files.
The program is absolutely free. There are a many features not listed below. Including spell checking, e-mail support, advanced search with regular expressions. For a full list check out the features section.
To learn more about the program you could check out the screenshots, or just try it out. RJ TextEd is developed in Delphi 2007 from Codegear and is released as Freeware. The program has been tested in windows 98/Me/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/Windows 7.
• Auto completion.
• Code folding.
• Column mode.
• Handles both ASCII and binary files.
• Html wizards.
• Use TopStyle Lite as your CSS editor if installed.
• FTP client with synchronization.
• File explorer, text clips, code explorer, project manager...
• Convert between code pages, Unicode formats and text formats.
• Unicode and ANSI code page detection.
• Open/Save UTF-8 encoded files without a signature (BOM).
• Unicode file paths and file names.
• Html validation, format and repair.
• Tools available like syntax editor, color picker, charmap...