Установка Notepad++



  • Какой разрядности Notepad++ лучше ставить 64 разрядную Windows?
    What bit depth of Notepad++ is better to install 64 bit Windows?



  • @Андрей said in Установка Notepad++:

    What bit depth of Notepad++ is better to install 64 bit Windows?

    I suppose it depends on what you need, maybe?

    Either 32-bit or 64-bit works - I’ve used both. I now use only 64-bit.

    • 32-bit has some “older” plugins that have not yet been converted to 64-bit so if you need one of those, you’re stuck on 32-bit until someone makes a 64-bit version of that plugin available.
    • 64-bit has support for larger file sizes so if you’re using Notepad++ to analyze monster log files or something like that, 64-bit would be preferable.

    I’m sure there are other arguments for or against 32- or 64-bit, but for me, I use Notepad++ everyday for everything, but rarely ever for a specially nuanced file size or plugin requirement that would force me towards one version or the other. For me - I’m on a 64-bit OS, so I use the 64-bit Notepad++ - no problems.

    Hope that helps.

    Cheers.



  • I agree with the comment above.
    Use 64-bit by default only if you find there’s a 32-bit only plugin.
    For me it was HEX editor. But that is in the past, and HEX editor now has 64-bit version.



  • @mere-human said in Установка Notepad++:

    For me it was HEX editor

    I still miss the DBGp plugin. It’s written in Delphi which I don’t know at all and I contacted the original author and he said the libraries were outdated as well as him not having used Delphi in years he didn’t have a dev environment, never mind one that could compile 64-bit.

    I had it working nicely for Perl and Python beyond it’s original PHP only intent. Alas, I now just use NppExec to hook external debuggers.

    Cheers.



  • @Michael-Vincent said in Установка Notepad++:

    Alas, I now just use NppExec to hook external debuggers.

    Wow, it’s interesting to know that you use Notepad++ coupled with a debugger!


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