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SciTE - Code Snippets/Templates

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Hi

Before i discovered Autoit/SciTE i was using and still do, a text/programmers editor called Context.

SciTE has everything i could want for using Autoit. But a feature i miss, is a place to store commonly used routines, which can be stored & quickly looked up & copied/pasted into the current project.

I believe Ultraedit has this function too.

If SciTE has this feature already could someone, point me to where it is.!

many thanks

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Far as I know SciTe doesn't have this feature so is use Snippet Bank see the following post:

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Gary

Thx for that, exactly what i need.

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Far as I know SciTe doesn't have this feature so is use Snippet Bank see the following post:

#90703

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Gary

Found another one which may be new to you/Got a few more bells and whistles . and its still freeware.

http://www.garybeene.com/gbware/gbcodelib.htm

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when I was developing the snippets feature for AutoEd I wrote a stand alone test program :

http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/lookfar/snippets.zip

It's not much, that's all it does is store snippets, here is the

http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/lookfar/snippets-src.zip

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