Introducing ePad – A text editor written in Elementary

I have been working on a number of small tools for the up coming Bodhi Linux 3.0.0 release (find the latest release candidate here) and one than I am working hard to get up to snuff is our text editor ePad. Previous versions of Bodhi Linux has always included the GTK text editor Leafpad by default so my initial release of ePad has the goal of simply covering the same features as Leafpad at the bare minimum.

As of today my ePad source is nearing a 1.0.0 release and the goal of this post is to let folks outside of Bodhi know it exists and that it is ready for them to give it a try. ePad in its current form supports most all of the features you would expect from a text editor: Cut, Copy, Paste, Undo, Redo, Find, Replace, and displaying Line Numbers. On top of these it also supports opening multiple files in the same application window.

You can find the ePad source on GitHub here and you can report issues you encounter on the GitHub issue tracker here. Please note that ePad requires:

Finally a few screenshots of ePad in a couple different elementary themes:

Cheers,
~Jeff Hoogland
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