Finding a good text editor available on Raspberry Pi is not easy. Most applications are not released for the ARM architecture.
So, well-known apps like Sublime Text or Atom can’t be used.
But I have found a few ones that works very well, in which you’ll probably find your favorite.
Check the link below for more details
———- Links ———-
– 7 best text editors: https://raspberrytips.com/top-text-editors-on-raspberry-pi/
– Vim: https://raspberrytips.com/use-vim-on-raspberry-pi/
– Nano: https://raspberrytips.com/nano-commands-shortcuts/
– Geany: https://raspberrytips.com/use-geany-on-raspberry-pi/
– PyCharm: https://raspberrytips.com/install-pycharm-raspberry-pi/
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———- My stuff ———-
– Raspberry Pi: https://geni.us/xO8V (Amazon)
– SD card: https://geni.us/KAYj (Amazon)
– Case: https://geni.us/jD4m (Amazon)
– Keyboard: https://geni.us/e9mz (Amazon)
– Touch screen: https://geni.us/xsZ9I (Amazon)
– Video capture: https://geni.us/zleM6q (Amazon)
– Sense Hat: https://geni.us/HQH75q (Amazon)
– Robot dog: https://geni.us/39Grjz (Amazon)
– Raspad 3: https://raspberrytips.com/raspad
3:39 Not a red fish
5:08 It’s hard to exit
5:57 Make a wish
8:49 Your favorite company
11:23 The one you should use
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