SubEthaEdit 2.2

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SubEthaEdit 2.2 can be downloaded here and is free for non-commercial use. Minimum requirement is Mac OS X 10.3.

SubEthaEdit 1.x

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SubEthaEdit 1.1.5 can be downloaded here. Minimum requirements are Mac OS X 10.2 with Safari 1.0.

Syntax definitions for 1.x

Here is an archive of syntax definitions available for SubEthaEdit 1.x.

NameAuthor
ActionscriptTheCodingMonkeys
Actionscript 2Rasmus Andersson
Actionscript 2.0Sean Volsen
Actionscript 2.0 & Macromedia Central APIsaSH
Ada95Nicolas Seriot
Alternate Matlab (like 6.5 on Mac OS)Marshall Roy
Alternative Lasso modeMike Duncan
AntSheehan Olver
Apache 1 config fileAndy Stark
ApplescriptGeoff Lane
ARB_fragment_programKeith Bauer
ARB_vertex_programKeith Bauer
Basic SMLDaniel Dickison
Brainfuck™ syntaxTheCodingMonkeys
C#Renaud Gaudin
CDML (Claris Dynamic Markup Language)Stephan A.
CobolRalf Bertling
Combined HTML and PHPTheCodingMonkeys
ConTeXtLarry Staton Jr.
DTMLDaniel Knauth
F-ScriptAndy Stark
Fortran 90/95Michael Kluskens
Fortran77TheCodingMonkeys
Fortran95Theodore
Freeway actionsPaul Dunning
GroovyBrian McCallister
HaskellsTammo Ricklefs
IDL (Corba)Trent Tuggle
Improved LispSean O'Rourke
InformTheCodingMonkeys
Interactive Data LanguageLarry Van
kshClay Jones
Lasso Script (LDML)Adam Randall
LispSheehan Olver
LogtalkPaulo Moura
LuaKeith Bauer
MarkzOneCasper Voortman
MathematicaJeff Adams
MatlabBrian Powell
MEL (Maya Embedded Language)Julian Love
Metal BasicStephen Johnson
MIPSDan Norwood
More general LaTeX/TeX modeTheCodingMonkeys
MxTimothy Bates
nVidia CgPaolo Manna
OCamlOnne Gorter
Parrot Assembler (Perl 6's VM)Andy Stark
PHP (less "technicolor")TheCodingMonkeys
PilRC (Palm resource files)Augie Fackler
PrologDavid H. Clements
QuickTime text descriptorsAndy Stark
r/s-plusJacob Etches
RebolJaime Vargas
Renderman shading languagePhilippe Leprince
SchemeAlex TD
Sieve (Mail Filter)Oliver Creighton
TinyFugue (MUD client)David H. Clements
Unreal scriptCalum
Updated perl.plistNathan Humble
VerilogTheCodingMonkeys
VHDLNico Moser
Windows ".ini" files, e.g. as used in UTCalum