Metapad: fast, tiny and powerful Windows notepad replacement
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COPYING-LICENSE.txt metapad import into git Mar 15, 2009
Dev-cpp_setup.txt
Makefile.custom.win
README.txt metapad import into git Mar 15, 2009
VisualStudio2010_setup.txt
cdecode.c 3.6 feature: enable loading and saving settings from INI file (with b… Nov 21, 2010
cdecode.h 3.6 feature: enable loading and saving settings from INI file (with b… Nov 21, 2010
cencode.c INI support for window placements (proper int support) Dec 12, 2010
cencode.h
drop_arrow.bmp metapad import into git Mar 15, 2009
eye3.ico fix for leading/trailing space on buffers and quote strings (for INI … Feb 21, 2011
linkhand.cur metapad import into git Mar 15, 2009
metapad.c
metapad.ico Icon tweaks Nov 21, 2010
metapad.manifest metapad import into git Mar 15, 2009
metapad.rc Beta 5 changes: toolbar minor refresh, fix dlg problem, prep for new … Mar 26, 2011
resource.h Beta 5 changes: toolbar minor refresh, fix dlg problem, prep for new … Mar 26, 2011
toolbar.bmp
w32crt.h Improved VC++ build result Oct 20, 2010

README.txt

This package contains the source code to metapad 
(version 3.51). What follows is a few points I'd like to
make regarding this distribution:

1) The metapad code has been released under the GNU 
   General Public License. This fact directly impacts 
   what you can and cannot do with the source code. See 
   the file COPYING-LICENSE.txt (included in this 
   distribution) which will explain things in detail.

2) This source code in its current state is uncommented, 
   unmodular, and generally not very understandable
   for anyone that is not deeply familiar with it. All 
   of the code is contained in one 8000 line file. Of 
   course this is not the best way to write software 
   that others may read (which was not a concern when 
   I originally wrote it).

3) I no longer consider myself a win32 programming 
   expert by any means. If you are confused by anything 
   you find here please contact your local C/win32 guru.
   
Hope you enjoy. That is all. 
   
Alexander Davidson
March 2009
http://liquidninja.com/metapad