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[Discuss] Changing TXT editor (SIGH)   [Discuss]

By: Peter Shute       
Date: Apr 27,2016 at 19:09
In Response to: [Discuss] Changing TXT editor (SIGH) (Paul Laufer)

> I've been a TSEPro text editor user for some 20 years, but because
> of its limitation on line length I've had to switch to Notepad++ lately.
> Then recently I had to edit a 2 GIG and a 8 GIG .SQL file and Notepad++
> was unable to open files that large. So I searched a little and found
> Ultra Edit. http://www.ultraedit.com The 30 day demo did the job and
> seemed to be quite feature rich, stable and well supported.

No idea about Ultra Edit, but I found a reference to a 64 bit version of Notepad++ here:

There's a reply about half way down where "Ricardo" claims he's compiled a 64 bit version, but doesn't mention the size of the files he's tested it on.

There are many responses on that page suggesting that other tools should be used on such large files. I tend to agree, but that's a pain when you just want to make one little change. I'd certainly prefer an editor that can load the file a bit at a time instead of loading into memory. Does Ultra Edit do that?

What sort of files are you working with?

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