I'm really liking this program -- just like the excellent broot
search tool, it's very easy interaction with the standard Windows interface makes it almost not even a CLI program. It's similarity with nano and other standard text editors is great and you can do just about everything with the mouse and standard key modifiers (like holding SHIFT to select groups of text and CTRL+C to copy) that you can with other text editors.
I especially like the window separation trick (press CTRL+E and then enter vsplit
for veritical/horizontal window splits) to break up the editor window into separate boxes:
As visible above, it does seem to support Markdown or some recognizable code, it will add color coding. You can drag-and-drop text files onto the editor and it will open the file automatically. Very impressive.
The only issue I'm seeing right now is that you can hit [X] to close the program and easily lose your work. There seems to be an auto-save and auto-resume, but I'm a little blurry on setup.
: Around 9 megs RAM, 11 megs disk space. It supports multiple instances, which doesn't seem to take up any additional RAM.