File APIs for Java Developers
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My text editor

 
Hari Mohanan
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hello there to fellow java developers. I have developed a simple text editor which edits ".txt" files. Now I want help from the veterans in improvising the code or adding few beneficial features. You can check it out here:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/hivemindtexted/

Its nothing to brag about, but i am really a beginner. Suggestions are welcome at:

hariwonderful@aol.in

Thanks!
 
Wim Vanni
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I guess you meant 'improving' the code. ;) Too bad you can't browse any of the code through your sourceforge project ...

As for features: I doubt there are much features out there that haven't been implemented by one or more text-editors. If you need ideas to implement yourself to exercise and improve your skills, take a look at Notepad++ or PSPad or ..

Have fun!
Wim
 
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JEdit would be a good example, as it's already written in Java.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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