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Epsilon is a multi-platform programmers editor that does syntax highlighting, brace matching, etc. It has built-in support for Perl, C, Java, shell scripting, and many other languages.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  30 May 2006 13:54

    Release Notes: This version adds Mac OS X support, extensive HTML/XML mode enhancements, built in spell checking, new support for Tcl and Objective-C, context-sensitive keyword help, new support for Microsoft's source code browser database, marking files by content, smart aligning, follow mode, prefix filling, and many enhancements in modes for Python, GAMS, PHP, and all C-like languages.

    •  14 Sep 2004 06:20

      Release Notes: This update fixes several bugs and adds some minor new features.

      •  01 Aug 2001 19:26

        Release Notes: Many feature enhancements and bugfixes.

        •  18 Apr 2000 10:42

          Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.

          Recent comments

          14 Sep 2004 06:36 onyxsoft

          Excellent programmer's editor
          I have used Epsilon for many years now (about 12 maybe?) and can't say enough good things about it. Even though it is not truly open-source most of the editor is written in its own extension language called "eel". Eel is a c-like extension language and I have found it very easy to modify the editor to my liking. Although I haven't found any reason too since about version 6 or so. Yes, it is that good. It is constantly gaining new features. You can even download a trial version from their website.

          No I don't work for them or have any financial interest in them. I just really like this editor that much. Currently I use Epsilon with Linux (command line and gui) and Windows. I used to use it in OS/2 also.


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