RCode free download for Mac

RCode3.3

08 August 2017

Lightweight, powerful coding application.

Overview

RCode is the ultimate powerful but lightweight coding application, it launches quickly so you can get to coding right away!

RCode supports many of the most popular language syntax's supporting; Plain Text, C, C++, Objective C, CSS, HTML, JavaScript, JSON,PHP, Ruby, Shell and XML.

RCode’s interface has a navigator mode so you can quickly switch between your project files.

RCode offers many tools such as comment select with keyboard shortcuts making coding life much easier.

What's new in RCode

Version 3.3:
  • Syntax fixes

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1 Reviews of RCode

0.5
SamGoody
12 November 2013
Version: 1.6

Most helpful

Looks like a experiment that was abandoned halfway. Color coding is inaccurate or missing. - Always overwrites selection (2 lines selected - tab deletes them. Word selected - quotes will overwrite it.) - No shortcuts (ctrl+d to duplicate line?). - Extremely weak find bar. - No bookmarks/etc - features that have become expected. - Rigid auto-complete (will add two sets of quotes, even when at beginning of word, etc.) - This is just from half hour of use, but don't see it long lasting. Perhaps good for opening certain types of config files that don't need color coding? Maybe will start fleshing out, but at the moment these alternatives are better: TextAdept, Eddie, Kod & Tincta are free, super quick and more powerful. JEdit is free and much more powerful, but slower. MacVim is quick but is, well, vim. TextMate and SublimeText are considered best-in-class, but they are heavy. TM is only free if you compile on your own, ST has a nag screen.
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0.5
SamGoody
12 November 2013
Version: 1.6
Looks like a experiment that was abandoned halfway. Color coding is inaccurate or missing. - Always overwrites selection (2 lines selected - tab deletes them. Word selected - quotes will overwrite it.) - No shortcuts (ctrl+d to duplicate line?). - Extremely weak find bar. - No bookmarks/etc - features that have become expected. - Rigid auto-complete (will add two sets of quotes, even when at beginning of word, etc.) - This is just from half hour of use, but don't see it long lasting. Perhaps good for opening certain types of config files that don't need color coding? Maybe will start fleshing out, but at the moment these alternatives are better: TextAdept, Eddie, Kod & Tincta are free, super quick and more powerful. JEdit is free and much more powerful, but slower. MacVim is quick but is, well, vim. TextMate and SublimeText are considered best-in-class, but they are heavy. TM is only free if you compile on your own, ST has a nag screen.
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