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"

Downloads

Download the Editor - 584 Kb


Comments

  • 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.

    Highlights:
    * 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:
    http://www.c-point.com/download2.htm

    Reply
  • 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....
    

    Reply
Leave a Comment
  • Your email address will not be published. All fields are required.

Top White Papers and Webcasts

  • Live Event Date: December 11, 2014 @ 1:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT Market pressures to move more quickly and develop innovative applications are forcing organizations to rethink how they develop and release applications. The combination of public clouds and physical back-end infrastructures are a means to get applications out faster. However, these hybrid solutions complicate DevOps adoption, with application delivery pipelines that span across complex hybrid cloud and non-cloud environments. Check out this …

  • On-demand Event Event Date: October 29, 2014 It's well understood how critical version control is for code. However, its importance to DevOps isn't always recognized. The 2014 DevOps Survey of Practice shows that one of the key predictors of DevOps success is putting all production environment artifacts into version control. In this webcast, Gene Kim discusses these survey findings and shares woeful tales of artifact management gone wrong! Gene also shares examples of how high-performing DevOps …

Most Popular Programming Stories

More for Developers

RSS Feeds