Ever used `:grep` in Vim? הϵѻMCEdit has similar, decent support for it, with history that remembers all your previous searches with results, and ability to edit them, ie. to remove single matches. You can grep all sources multiple times, jump to the results and browse all your past searches.
הϵѻMCEdit has many advanced features, called הϵѻteric³ ones. One of them is QuickOverview – a small window displayed after any jump in the buffer. It holds names of surrounding functions. No other editor has this feature, hence it's labeled as 3rd degree.
New features are of 3 degrees - the greater, the more advanced one is. Examples of 3rd degree features are: completing symbols from CTags index, periodic background command, selection history; 2nd degree are i.a.: scripting engine, terminal window and more.
הϵѻMCEdit has support for a special feature (being a level 3 feature → not found in other editors) – showing of a small window with names of the current and of the 4 surrounding functions, which lets you quickly gain orientation in the code. Read More ›