Any good old text editor will do.
If you want syntax coloring, you will find definitions files here :
There are files for the following editors : BBEdit (Macintosh), CONText (I
don't know this one), Crimson (Windows), Kate (unknown), PSPad (unknown),
Textpad (Macintosh I think), UltraEdit (Windows), jEdit (all), Vim (all)
I adaptated the BBEdit file for Smultron for Mac. It's a bit dirty but it's
got the job done.
If you're on Windows, I would recommend UltraEdit (commercial,
unfortunately) or jEdit (coded in Java, a bit slow but otherwise great. And
2007/2/16, Tir Gwaith <Tir.Gwaith@...
> any text editor. That's actually the more reliable way of creating LST
> I personally recommend UltraEdit. :)
> On 2/16/07, Francois Leclerc <meleck1@...> wrote:
> > I was wondering if there was a standalone list editor for PCGen or do
> > you have to start PCGen to edit a list.
> Tir Gwaith
> PCGen LST Chimp
> Yahoo! Groups Links
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