Feb 27.2020Version: 0.9.13
Textosaurus for Linux is based on Qt and Scintilla and uses it as an alternative to text editors such as Notepad ++.
Textosaurus for Linux was reviewed by Razvan Iancu
Designed as an alternative to Notepad, Textosaurus for Linux also offers a UTF-8 code editor with support for various programming languages while providing additional features that programmers need.
The software has a wide range of useful features to offer, which makes it an extremely versatile tool. There are a few extra tools you can take advantage of when working with Textosaurus for Linux. For example, you can easily convert from and to Base64 and Base64Url or URL encoded text.
The user interface has something to offer more than the basic text editors you are used to. In addition to the main text editing area, you can also find a built-in file browser and an output viewer.
Textosaurus for Linux is free and open source and you do not have to meet special hardware or software requirements.
In conclusion, Textosaurus for Linux offers you a clean, simple and customizable user interface that can ensure an efficient workflow for programmers. Supports a wide range of coding and programming languages.
+ Textosaurus for Linux has been in our software catalog since May 22.2018.
+ The current version is 0.9.13 updated to Feb 27.2020.
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