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Old 10-31-2011, 10:20 AM   #1
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IDE on a phone


I am going on a long trip soon, and will not be able to take my normal developing stuff (A netbook, Gedit, and GCC) however on the long journey would want to be able to do some slight editing of a large (2000+ line) program I am writing.
Are there any apps like this for android which have inverted contrast modes (White text on black background), syntax highlighting (offline, as I do not want roaming charges), and easy to navigate. I have a C function library on it already. Also, if the app is specific to a type of phone, it is a Samsung Galaxy Mini.

Does anyone know of something like this? Also, I am not sure if this is the right forum; it could be software, which is more for desktops; it could be programming, which is more code checking and things, so I think this is where it should be.
 
Old 10-31-2011, 12:22 PM   #2
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Touchqode: Does white text on black with simple syntax highlighting. Don't see an option for line numbers.

920 Text Editor: does syntax highlighting with line numbers, but only seems to have black text on white background. A little slow...

Jota Text Edit: Does line numbering, white text on black, no syntax highlighting.

Code Peeker: syntax highlighting with line numbering, black text on white background.

IDEdroid: Syntax highlighting, no line numbering, black text on white background. kind of slow...

Narr Codepad: Syntax highlighting, no line numbering, black text on white background.

All of the above were free in the market, some have pay for versions. Someone should port Medit for Android!
 
Old 10-31-2011, 12:48 PM   #3
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Touchqode: Does white text on black with simple syntax highlighting. Don't see an option for line numbers.

920 Text Editor: does syntax highlighting with line numbers, but only seems to have black text on white background. A little slow...

Jota Text Edit: Does line numbering, white text on black, no syntax highlighting.

Code Peeker: syntax highlighting with line numbering, black text on white background.

IDEdroid: Syntax highlighting, no line numbering, black text on white background. kind of slow...

Narr Codepad: Syntax highlighting, no line numbering, black text on white background.

All of the above were free in the market, some have pay for versions. Someone should port Medit for Android!
Thanks. I am going to try 920 Text Editor, and see how that goes.
 
  


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