A simple and easy-to-use source code and markup language file editor for your Mac that can be easily customized to fit your project's needs and requirements
What's new in SciTE 5.1.4:This release fixes a problem where monospaced fonts like Menlo would overlap other text.
If you are looking for a versatile and powerful development environment that enables you to edit and process source code and markup language files, then SciTE is the app for you.
SciTE is a highly customizable and extendable source code and markup file editor to which you can easily add all the tools you need.
Easy to customize IDE using the Lua scripting language
In addition you can expand its capabilities with the help of the Lua scripting language and personalize SciTE to seamlessly integrate in your workflow and help you improve your performance and increase your productivity.
Lua is a cross-platform and lightweight multi-paradigm programing language that provides a narrow set of general features that can be extended to fit various problems types.
Moreover, Lua is mainly used as an extension or scripting language and comes with support for only a small number of data structures.
Built-in support for LaTex and PDF exporting
SciTE comes with a user-friendly interface from which you can easily open and edit your projects. What is more, SciTE features a find and replace engine that can help you find and replace code snippets quickly and effortlessly.
Furthermore, SciTE also enables you to export your files along with your highlighting to various file formats such as LaTex or PDF.
Working with Asia language files in multi-byte encodings such as Shift-JIS is a breeze thanks to SciTE’s ability to natively handle them. Hence, you can avoid file conversions and, at the same time, file corruption.
Source code processing and editing utility designed to help you work with a large assortment of programming languages on a Mac
All in all, SciTE is a flexible and powerful development environment that provide all the tools and features you might need to edit and process markup language and source code files.