Notepad++ for mac
Odata Dev last edited by
Is it possible to build the windows App of notepad++ for mac OS as well…That would be great if it is available for mac
Ekopalypse last edited by
Is it possible to build the windows App of notepad++ for mac OS as well
No, but you might have a chance running notepad++ by using WineHQ, as long as you don’t use Catalina.
Prahlad-Makwana4145 last edited by
Follow this step,To Notepad++ for mac
step 1 :-Download WineBottler 1.6.x from http://winebottler.kronenberg.org
step 2:-Copy WineBottler and Wine.app to your Mac.
step 3 :-Start WineBottler.
step 4 :-Search for “notepad” in the **“Download”**Section, click "Notepad++"
step 5 :-Give the App a name.Then Wait 🙂 .
step 6 :-Done. Run Notepad++ from “On My Mac” or from wherever you have installed the
step 7 :-If Notepad++ finds some updates, just let it install them - select “Restart
Notepad++” after the updates are installed. Wait for Notepad++ to apply the updates and relaunch
I hope above step will be useful for you.
charan m last edited by
anyway for Catalina Mac OS ?
suresh kumar 0 last edited by
anyway for Big Sur 11.2 Mac OS ?
Bongani Mthethwa last edited by
Is there a notepad++ version update for macOS Big Sur?
PeterJones last edited by
Have any of the people replying to this topic with “me too”-like posts, 8, 12, or 14 months after the original discussion, even read the initial answers?
Notepad++ is a Windows-specific application, written completely with code specific to the Win32 API. There is no version made by the developers for Mac. The only way to run a true Windows/Win32 application like Notepad++ in a Mac environment is through an intermediate-layer program like the WineHQ or WineBottler software mentioned above, or similar products not mentioned; if those intermediate-layer programs don’t work on your particular Mac, or if the intermediate-layer program doesn’t run this particular win32 application on your version of Mac, there is nothing that the Notepad++ development team can do about it, because Notepad++ is written for Windows and works properly in the environment it was written for.