Originally Posted by Metal_Merlin
I googled and found the source code files. Now I have to figure out how and which to edit!
Thanks pixellany for such a prompt and informative reply!
Depends on what language they are in and what kind of editor you like best.
Any editor will techincally work. You can use Kedit, Gedit, Kate, SCITE. Many have built in support for the most common languages.
Scite has built in support for over a dozen languages but will act much like notepad as an editor. If your not sure what language the source is in I'd recomend ScITE as a starting place.
If you want to be hardcore old school and love memorization you can use VI to do it. Me I'd rather chew my dogs leg off than use VI.
For C/C++ Kdevelop is my favored IDE.
Quanta is my favored web development IDE. So for js, PHP, html and other web languages that is a good choice.
CSSed is good for editing .css files.
If the source code is LISP as much as I hate to I'd recomend Emacs which is very friendly for LISP development.
If the code is using the .QT libs then you'll want QT designer.
Anjunta is another good multi-language IDE that you may want to try.