I just discovered this small but very cool text editor. It came with the installation of Ruby. At first I only used it for editing ruby scripts. But latter I noticed that it had a lot of advanced features like auto-completion and code folding - stuff I really need.
Currently I am using Crimson Editor and Kwrite as my primary text editor. Crimson Editor I use at home - where I am stuck with windows. At work I use Kwrite in a Fedora Core 3 Linux system. Kwrite has the auto-completion feature. And I have got addicted to it. The sad thing is that Crimson Editor don't support this feature - yet. So I am planning to make it my primary text editor. Another good thing about it is that SciTE is supported on both Windows and Linux - so I can use the same editor at work and at home.
SciTE is a very small and simple editor configurable through text files. It have a very small memory footprint - making it blazing fast even on my very slow system. The only minus point I have noticed is that the syntax highlighting is not very easy to change. Kwrite is a much better editor there. But then again, I have just started using SciTE - a few more months down the road I may discover that it is very easy to edit the syntax highlighting.OK. Enough taking. For those interested in learning more about SciTE... SciTE Documentation Screenshots And last but not the least SciTE Download Page