Minimum Profit (mp) is a programmer's text editor. It features small memory and disk requirements, syntax highlighting, context-sensitive help for the source code being edited, multiple simultaneous file editing, ctags support, word wrapping, and more. It can be compiled for Qt, Ncurses, GTK, and MS Windows.
ZoltanPlayer is a music playing daemon. It accepts remote commands via its own mini HTTP server and can seamlessly use Audio or Data CDs. Audio CDs are played internally (optionally querying CDDB info servers) and digital songs in audio CDs are played via external players. It's not limited to CDs, as a hard disk directory can also be used.
Penetrator is a tool for indexing big trees of text files, as your local HTML documentation or home directory. It's able to use DBM files or DBI databases and be used as a command line tool or a CGI. The files to be indexed can be selected by extension or using external file identifying programs as /usr/bin/file.
mp_doccer is a tool that travels C code files, and extracts specially marked information to build documentation. This documentation can be generated in HTML, man pages, or an executable shell script. The markup is very similar to that in the Linux 2.4.x kernel sources. mp_doccer is a component of the Minimum Profit Text Editor.
po2c is a Perl script that takes several gettext (.po) language translation files from its command line arguments and dumps a C source code file containing all those messages and the necessary functions to use them without any other dependency. This is useful when you want to deploy .po translated strings to systems where no easy gettext support exist (for example, Win32), or when a unique, self-contained binary without external file dependencies is convenient (for example, embedded or small systems).
> I try to start mp-5.0.0 in a debian-box
> with gtk-2.12.1-2 and I get this error.
> File 'mp_core.mpsl' not found in INC
> what I can do to solve this?
It's hard to know without more information, but I think
it's probably because you are trying to execute it
without installing it (i.e., as ./mp-5). This does not
work, as it reads its components
Try installing it. You can always do 'make uninstall' if
you're not happy.
Re: Syntax Highlighting
> And how about Java and TCL?
I don't use those programming languages so I'm not
qualified to add an optimal syntax highlight for them,
but contributions are always welcome.