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Mac osx compatible html editors

can i throw any of them on a flash drive and have them work?

 

Shouldn't be a problem, however note that even TextEdit (or what ever the Mac app is called, I forgot) and Notepad can be used to edit HTML, and if you're just doing basic stuff they should be perfectly capable.

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I have a project for my speech and debate class so I was going to demonstrate very basic html to my class. I am not sure if my laptop will be able to connect to the projector in the class. They all use adapters to go from something to display port or something for the macbooks. I think they are using a vga to DP adapter but i am not 100% sure for this class if that is the case. so I need mac osx compatible html editor that i could throw on a flash drive and run as a backup. Any ideas any suggestions are welcome and appreciated.

 


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Emacs, VIM, Sublime Text, pretty much any good text editor available.

can i throw any of them on a flash drive and have them work?


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can i throw any of them on a flash drive and have them work?

 

Shouldn't be a problem, however note that even TextEdit (or what ever the Mac app is called, I forgot) and Notepad can be used to edit HTML, and if you're just doing basic stuff they should be perfectly capable.

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Shouldn't be a problem, however note that even TextEdit (or what ever the Mac app is called, I forgot) and Notepad can be used to edit HTML, and if you're just doing basic stuff they should be perfectly capable.

Ok i am just not very familiar with any thing on the mac osx really. I really just want to open a few documents i wrote and then explain them. so I think i am going to try one of those or use the notepad equivalent thanks


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Sublime Text is the way to code for portability and cross-platform availability.

I need it to be able to run on a flash drive and be compatible with mac osx are any of them capable of doing that the only portable installs for sublime text are for linux and windows.


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I need it to be able to run on a flash drive and be compatible with mac osx are any of them capable of doing that the only portable installs for sublime text are for linux and windows.

 

Well, you know that is an advantage for OS X. You don't really need an installer that messes up your non existing registry.

 

just put the .app on an USB stick and launch it.

You should format the USB Stick as ExFAT, then you can read/write from both windows and OS X


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I solved the problem and also found i can use my laptop thanks for the help


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edge code is my favorite i like the live viewer feature


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