Antechinus C# Editor

Environment: Any environment that can run the .NET development tools

Antechinus, the very first professional C# editor supports the new Microsoft's C# (C Sharp) programming language color-coded syntax and allows you to compile and run applications from the integrated environment. This editor is already a favorite of many developers (such as myself) that have been using C# since it began in alpha

Check out the Version History below to see a full set of currently supported features!!

Version History

  • Version 2.1
    • Installing in c:\Program Files\...
    • Addressing embedded spaces in directory names
    • EditMDI is now Antechinus C# Editor
    • Version/company info has been corrected
  • Version 2.0
    • Improved multiple document interface
    • Easy single-click navigation between documents
    • Support for projects
    • Improved integration with .Net tools
    • Easy project generation for the compilation of console and Windows programs, libraries and add-on modules.
  • Version 1.0
    • Attractive alternative to command-line compiling
    • It supports the C# programming language color-coded syntax and allows you to compile and run applications from the integrated environment.
    • Unlimited undo/redo
    • 2 levels of bookmarks
    • Brace matching
    • Syntax error navigation after compiling
    • Customizable color-scheme for syntax elements
    • Split windows for easy simultaneous editing of multiple parts of the same source code file
    • Visual Studio-like "auto-indent"


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  • Antechinus C# Editor v4.0

    Posted by Legacy on 06/26/2001 12:00am

    Originally posted by: C Point

    C Point team is pleased to announce the release of Antechinus C# Editor v4.0, which allows you to design, compile and run C# applications from the integrated environment.

    * Intellisense/auto-complete. Antechinus reacts as you type to provide extensible pick-lists for widely used classes. Methods, properties and parameter-lists are at your fingertips.
    * C# Fundamentals tutorial, in addition to the quick-start tutorial. Step-by-step guide to C# programming, written by Michael Bartlett.
    * NET auto-detection and integration: The links to tools and help files are now created automatically for the default .NET installation.
    * Context-sensitive help. To get help for the word under the cursor just hit F1: instant help for .NET namespaces, classes, properties and methods.
    * Improved project management, and
    * Greater efficiency. Antechinus 4.0 has many under-the-hood improvements. Despite adding new features, the size of the editor has been reduced from 1.28MB to 1.08MB.

    Antechinus C# Editor is available for download from:

  • C# comments

    Posted by Legacy on 05/23/2001 12:00am

    Originally posted by: SAMUEL NELSON

    I think that C# will be a factor in the .net enviornment and hopefully upstage java....

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