Ynote Classic

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Wolfghost
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Ynote Classic

#1 Post by Wolfghost » Sun Dec 14, 2014 6:41 pm

Ynote Classic is an easy to use, open and versatile Text Editor and Source Code Editor. It can deal with a variety of tasks ranging from writing to programming.

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Ynote Classic is packed with features. Some Features are

Syntax Highlighting,Code Folding, Auto Indent and AutoCompletion
Multiple Carets and Multiple Selections
Find / Replace using Regular Expressions
Tabbed Document and MultiView and SDI both, Dockable Windows
Macro Recording and Playback
Snippets and Scripts
Powerful Project Management and Build System
Unlimited/Multi Level undo/redo
Extensible with Plugins, Syntax Files, Themes and Scripts.

Not Tested!!
XP\Vist\7\8
Home http://ynoteclassic.codeplex.com/
Download http://ynoteclassic.codeplex.com/releases/view/125855

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Re: Ynote Classic

#2 Post by Midas » Mon Dec 15, 2014 7:12 am

Ynote is DotNET (v2.0) dependent, just check the 'speedup.bat' that is found in the extracted portable folder. In my tests under Windows XP Pro SP3, I couldn't detect any other significant traces outside of program folder -- everything was neatly saved to the "Package" sub-folder...

This is an interesting take on Sublime Text -- it clearly replicates functionalities, e.g., as you can attest by looking at the "Tools" menu, where you'll find its "Package Manager" (currently, only 2 packages show up when PM is invoked, "Autoload" and "Solarized Theme").

In its default form, of the two foremost features I look for in a text editor, Ynote doesn't provide for any active URLs, but it has the basic text case transforms under "Edit | Case". Also, "Edit | Insert | Date/Time" produced weird results: only the string "DD-01-YYYY" got inserted. IMHO, Ynote feels beta alright, with still some way to go before it gets fully usable; nonetheless, it is extremely lightweight and shows promise for the future...

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Re: Ynote Classic

#3 Post by webfork » Fri Feb 05, 2021 9:55 am

Old thread update: Ynote appears to have stopped development back in 2018. Some connected links:

GitHub - samarsault/ynoteclassic: Open Source Text and Code Editor
https://github.com/samarsault/ynoteclassic

Ynote Classic - Text and Source Code Editor - CodeProject
https://www.codeproject.com/articles/80 ... ode-editor

Download Ynote Classic 2.8.0.1 / 2.8.5 Beta 2
https://www.softpedia.com/get/Office-to ... ssic.shtml

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Re: Ynote Classic

#4 Post by Midas » Fri Feb 05, 2021 2:01 pm

webfork wrote:Ynote appears to have stopped development back in 2018.

Development stopped much earlier, IMHO, given that the same(?) Ynote Classic v2.8.5 Beta was posted to CodeProject back in 2014-07-31:



Additionally, a Ynote Classic 3 repo at Github has not seen any activity since 2015-03-09:



:!: BTW, CodePlex, which previously hosted Ynote Classic, will be shutting down soon...

Spoiler!   
CodePlex Archive will be shut down after July 1st, 2021.

CodePlex was Microsoft's free, open source project hosting site, which ran from 2006 through 2017. The site has been in archive mode for 3 years. We now encourage customers to use Github for their open source project hosting needs.

CodePlex will continue as an archive until next July (2021), at which point it will be shut down. Until then, you can browse published projects, documentation, issues, and discussions which were posted before the site went into archive mode three years ago.

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