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Thoughts on using Linux as a development platform for code destined for Windows computers.
How to convert between DOS and Unix file endings using Bluefish on Linux. …
You can configure the code editor Bluefish to use Tidy to pretty print files.
Bluefish is a code editor for web designers and programmers based on GTK. It is best known as an HTML editor, but it supports many programming and markup languages.
A frequently commented upon weakness of the otherwise excellent Bluefish editor is that there is no print command. That is easily remedied, however.
Invoking Tidy from within Bluefish to pretty-print HTML usually works. Occasionally, however, the file disappears from the screen. No solution is known, but there are workarounds.