TextMate for me on the Mac. After getting over the difference hump
between BBEdit and TextMate, I now find TextMate much easier to use.
Considerably cheaper than BBEdit, although more expensive than
TextWrangler (free), but I like the extensibility and the community-
driven bundles that can be added on.
On Nov 20, 2007, at 4:31 PM, David Todd wrote:
> Ditto. I also use the programming features of emacs to groom text
> files, prepare data for CSV format for loading Excel or databases,
> etc. It's been my primary editor for about 15-20 years.
> Kelvin Chu wrote:
>> On MacOSX or unix:
>> vi(m) or (x)emacs
>> Both are now bundled with OSX. If you want to roll your own
>> version of xemacs on carbon, look here:
>> (x)emacs is free, does syntax highlighting, is document-context
>> aware, etc.