CudaText is a free open source code editor for Windows, macOS, BDS and Linux. Includes minimap and micromap support, syntax highlighting, code tree, code folding, and a fuzzy matching command palette. Some other important features are regular expression search / replace, multi caret, multiple selection, and plugin support. CudaText can be configured in JSON format. Released under MPL 2.0 license.
Install CudaText code editor on Ubuntu.
CudaText is available as a deb package file for Ubuntu. Go to the download page of the CudaText code editor below and download the latest CudaText in .deb file format. Save to the download folder.
You can modify the following commands based on the downloaded cudatext file name. Here is “cudatext_184.108.40.206-1_gtk2_amd64.deb”. Open the terminal app, type this command and press Enter to go to the download folder.
Next, execute this command in the terminal.
sudo dpkg -i cudatext_220.127.116.11-1_gtk2_amd64.deb
Enter your Ubuntu password if needed. Next, execute the following command to complete the installation. That’s all.
sudo apt-get install -f
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