What is it?
Notepadqq is a text editor designed by developers, for developers.
Please visit our Wiki for more screenshots and details.
Build it yourself
|Qt 5.6 or higher||Qt 5.6 or higher|
Get the source
$ git clone --recursive https://github.com/notepadqq/notepadqq.git $ cd notepadqq
notepadqq$ ./configure --prefix /usr notepadqq$ make
If you encounter errors make sure to have the necessary libraries installed. For Ubuntu you can do that using apt-get:
sudo apt-get install qt5-default qttools5-dev-tools qtwebengine5-dev libqt5websockets5-dev libqt5svg5 libqt5svg5-dev libuchardet-dev pkg-config
sudo yum install -y qt5-qtbase-devel qt5-qttools-devel qt5-qtwebengine-devel qt5-qtwebsockets-devel qt5-qtsvg-devel uchardet qt5-qtwebchannel-devel pkgconfig
You can run notepadqq from its build output folder. If however you want to install it, first build it by following the above steps, then run:
notepadqq$ sudo make install
If the newest version of Qt isn't available on your distribution, you can use the online installer to get the latest libraries and install them into your home directory (
$HOME/Qt). Notepadqq will automatically use them.
Ubuntu, Debian, and others:
sudo apt install notepadqq
To install the latest stable version:
sudo snap install notepadqq
You don't have the
snap command? Follow the instructions at https://docs.snapcraft.io/core/install and then install Notepadqq as shown above.
You can follow the unstable development releases from the "edge" channel.
Arch Linux (community-maintained)
Notepadqq is available from Arch's community repositories. To install using pacman:
sudo pacman -S notepadqq
Alternatively it can be found in the AUR:
- Development (git version): notepadqq-git
Notepadqq is avilable in OpenSUSE's main repository:
sudo zypper in notepadqq
Notepadqq is available in the
shannon (stable) repository:
sudo eopkg it notepadqq
Compiling on macOS
Instructions can be found here.