Once upon a time there was a programming language called C. And it had 2 memory management functions:
This article was written 1 year ago. I finally found the time to translate it to English
If you are a programmer, you spend a significant amount of your time coding. It doesn’t matter how many buttons or menus or IDE or editor has, the core is a code editor component. Do you know how it works?
Windows release of Enki is finally out! Thanks to Bryan A. Jones, who has done the majority of work.
Except this, release 14.03.0 contains a lot of bugfixes and improvements.
What is the most important part of a car? I guess an engine. And what is the most important part of text editor or IDE?
For many years Monkey Studio had been using QScintilla. Enki, derived from MkS, also used to use QScintilla in the first release. And we never have been happy with it. In fact, we have been hating it, but, there are no alternatives for Qt.
Now this problem is resolved for Enki. I created own code editor component - Qutepart
After many users reporting python on windows did not worked fine I take the time to improve its support inside Monkey Studio.
I started mksv3 project 2 years ago. It those time, it was not clear if it will be next version of MkS or separate project.
Now the project got it's own name: Enki, and it's own website: http://enki-editor.org
During 2 years I've made few releases. But, project was mentioned only here and in few mailing lists. I didn’t do any public announcements. Because the project was not ready. Not better, than other text editors. But, now I think it is right time. This is already not a prototype, but really useful software.
10 August 2012. Enki birthday!
Dear MkS users.
We hope you benefit from the new version.
you might not know me, but if you are using Monkey Studio on Debian, Ubuntu or some derivative distribution, I am the guy to blame if something does not work as it should ;)