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I have followed this thread for coming up on three years. I became so convinced that it was hopeless, that I stopped wasting money on upgrades and moved on to other products.Tookelso wrote:Please, just get something out there. Lots of developers are switching to Linux, and you're missing out on a really young market.
This is likely the most read, most replied-to thread in the forums. What part of >106 replies and >56,338 reads over three years doesn't constitute a petition to you? The message isn't dead but perhaps it should be.Ingo wrote:Why can't we start a petition to inform IDM on how many of us need this software on linux?
IDM in an email announcement wrote:We are planning many new releases, powerful productivity enhancements, and a cross-platform version of UltraEdit code-named UEX.
tomwitt wrote:Just an FYI
While it's no UltraEdit (and while I wait [impatient and petulantly] for UltraEdit for Linux), I have found a somewhat reasonable substitute.
I've been using the ActiveState Komodo4 (beta 3) IDE for awhile now (under Linux) and it's nice ... very nice (but still no UltraEdit). I see now on the ActiveState web site that there will be a Komodo4 "lite" version (available for something which approximates free) called Komodo4 Edit; All the editing goodness minus some advanced features (like source control integration ... drats!). And it's multiplatform ... including Linux.
For me anyway, I think Komodo4 Edit will serve as a stop gap until there is a natively compiled version of UltraEdit for Linux (or this new UEX project comes to fruition)
If anyone has any links to preliminary info about this UEX project, please post.