Vi – added 6/13/2003
What is Vi? Well, in short – Vi is an “editor”, ie a program that allows to “edit” (making changes to) files. These files usually are files containing “text” (ASCII 000-127). Hence VI is referred to as a “text editor”, even though you can also edit “binary files” (which include characters with the highest bit set, ie characters ASCII 128-255).
PabloDraw – added 10/16/2005
A Windows-based ansi/ascii editor with unlimited multi-user capabilities. Features include fullscreen mode, always-on VGA preview pane, loads binary, ansi, and ascii files, and full ansi editing capabilities.
TSWebeditor – added 5/1/2005
Free Java – added 2/17/2005
A small Java IDE, based on JDK Java developer. It contains structure panel, file browser and syntax highlighted text editor. Simple configuration and java program compiler/running.
Vex – added 9/12/2004
Vex is an editor for XML documents. The “visual” part comes from the fact that Vex hides the raw XML tags from the user, providing instead a wordprocessor-like interface.
Cream – added 07/09/2004
Cream is an easy-to-use GUI version of the powerful and famous Vim text editor on both Microsoft Windows and GNU/Linux.