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 text editors with Python
are there any text editors (especially if written in Python) around that use Python (or something like Python) as a macro programming language?
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It's not scripting, but Sublime Text has an API for Python plugins.
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The problem with sublime text's macro is that doesn't know how to use a search within a macro.
This for me makes the macro worthless except for very basic operations.
jedit's macro works well, but there are other things that I don't care for with their editor, and I don't know what language was used to write it.
Notepadqq is a linux pseudo clone of notepad++, and has a good macro. Difficult to install on Linux mint
It seems that Komodo IDE supports python as a macro language.
I haven't ever tried Komodo. I'll give it a go.

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