Notepadqq as we know is a an open source, Notepad++-like text editor for the Linux desktop. It helps developers by providing all you can expect from a general purpose text editor, such as syntax highlighting for about 100 different languages, code folding, color schemes, file monitoring, multiple selection and much more. You can search text using the power of regular expressions. You can organize documents side by side. You can use real-time highlighting to find near identifiers in no time.
According to the developer, the focus on the next Notepadqq version will be the “Search In Files” feature. Here are some screenshots from the development version:
The main window after searching in files. The “Find result” area is detachable, or can be docked to any side of the window.