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EditRocket 3.3 Source Code Editor Now Available

Dan Richardson
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Joined: Aug 06, 2002
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EditRocket 3.3, a text editor and source code editor, is now available. EditRocket provides the tools and features necessary to allow programmers to edit, create, debug, and navigate code quickly and easily. It includes custom tools and support for over 20 programming languages such as C, C++, CSS, HTML, Java, JavaScript, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, Shell Script, XML, and many more.

Other features available in EditRocket include syntax highlighting, code builders and sidekicks, function lookup, code and tag completion, regular expression search and replace, bracket and tag matching, validators, file compare, and much more.

New features in version 3.3 include an enhanced file system browser, program execution support for Java, Perl, Python, and Ruby, and enhanced integration with local web servers.

Versions of EditRocket are available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Solaris.

EditRocket 3.3 is available for immediate download at http://www.editrocket.com. Pricing of EditRocket starts at $39.95 USD for a single user, and tiered discounts are offered for multiple license purchases.

More Info: http://www.editrocket.com/

Download URL: http://www.editrocket.com/download.html

Change Log: http://www.editrocket.com/updates.html

Screenshot URL:
(Windows / Linux): http://www.editrocket.com/images/windows/main.png

(Mac OS X): http://www.editrocket.com/images/mac/main.png

Order Page: http://www.editrocket.com/register3x.html
 
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