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UltraEdit for Linux Coming?

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DM’s UltraEdit is arguably the world’s best text editor…for Windows. I first used it in 2002 as part of a basic programming tool set provided by my client at the time.

Alas, my conversion to Linux several years ago forced me to abandon UltraEdit.

Still in denial, I check the UltraEdit user forums from time to time, and what did I see just a few days ago?

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