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HiEditor V4.0.0.3, a serious bug fix when deleting large portions of text in areas where previously edited.

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Hi all,

This is the change log for HiEditor V4.0.0.3:

V4.0.0.3 is basically a fix of a serious bug. Under certain circumstances, when deleting large portions of text in areas where previously edited, HiEditor memory was corrupted resulting in wrong display of the text contents.

Thanks to jballi for a detailed bug report.


Get it here.

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Congratulations on this one, akyprian. This was actually a very long-standing bug that ultimately made me stop using HiEditor. It seemed random and it seriously hampered work - it could mess up with the code anywhere at any time. I can imagine it was a pain to diagnose.

While I've been a fan of HiEditor for quite some time, as you may know from my posts, that very bug made me try other software (namely Notepad++) and I'm sorry to say that it has everything HE already has but also much, much more. It's like N++ is HE with much more developing time and huge userbase. I hope I won't sound ungrateful but I think it wouldn't be a bad idea to think about merging the developing efforts of both packages.

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I can imagine it was a pain to diagnose.


The detailed bug report by jballi made the investigation a piece of cake.

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it has everything HE already has but also much, much more.


It depends on one's expectations. I like minimalist applications. Others like fully featured programs. Since you are happy with the other application, this is ok. You are not ungrateful.

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...merging the developing efforts of both packages.


What's the point of merging the two softwares since N++ has everything HE already has and more?


Thanks for a nice feedback,

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where is the bug report?

*edit: btw cool update :)

This post has been edited by richm on Jul 27 2009, 03:40 PM
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