If you are looking for SciTE4AutoIt3, you have come to the right place. We explain what SciTE4AutoIt3 is and point you to the official download.
What is SciTE4AutoIt3?
SciTE4AutoIt3 is a text editor that was built on the foundations of the prior SCIntilla-based editor, SciTE. It can be used to write and run applications and includes several modules in its overall package such as a wrapper, a configurations utility, a “code-tidying” application, and an unused UDF stripper. The “code-tidying” tool is actually named Tidy and helps users fix indentation, ensure that words’ first letters are in the proper case, delete empty lines, delete trailing spaces, look for coding mistakes, and create documentation files. As for the UDF stripper—which is the Au3Stripper—it can also clear away Global and Local variables from the user’s script.
SciTE4AutoIt3’s lexer is capable of performing syntax highlighting and also allows users to configure highlighting according to their preferences. Selection highlighting makes it possible for users to select a single string or word for highlighting, after which the program will highlight all other instances of it. An AutoIt3 help document is also installed with the package and is accessible through hotkey (F1). The program also marks syntax errors through a feature called Inline Errors: this may be turned off if desired.
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File types supported by SciTE4AutoIt3
Our users primarily use SciTE4AutoIt3 to open these file types:
About file types supported by SciTE4AutoIt3
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Last updated: : August 17, 2014