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Mar 04

QSnipps

Stop wasting valuable time searching for re-usable pieces of code in your previous projects.

Normally: $12.95

ZOT Price: $6.49

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Your code snippets are always at hand

Stop wasting valuable time searching for re-usable pieces of code in your previous projects. Use QSnipps to store and organize all your favorite programming snippets. QSnipps is an easy to use, cross-platform code snippet manager tool that runs without a problem on Windows OS, Mac OS X or Linux OS.

Sharing your code snippets database across all your PC’s, Mac’s or Linux systems is very simple, because QSnipps has built-in support for Dropbox, Live Mesh or any other similar file sharing software or solution.

Starting with version 1.7 QSnipps has built-in support for Snipplr.com, meaning that all your favorite snippets from your Snipplr account are available right inside QSnipps.


I tried about 4 different code management tools and now I have found QSnipps. The search is officialy over! Thanks!

Elly A, USA


Features

  • Works on Windows OS, Mac OS X and Linux OS.
  • It’s simple, fast and easy to use.
  • Share your snippets database easily across multiple computers.
  • Built-in syntax highlighters for major programming languages and supports custom syntax highlighters.
  • QSearch. A simple to use window that lists all your snippets, with a preview window. Simply drag and drop your code into your working IDE.
  • It can email snippets to anyone you’d like, friends or co-workers.
  • NEW! Snipplr.com built-in support. See and use all your snipplr favorite snippets right inside QSnipps.
  • NEW! If you have lot’s of shell/dos commands saved in QSnipps, you can now run them directly from QSnipps.
  • Will definetly help you to write software faster and stay more organized.

  • I run Qsnipps on Linux (Ubuntu 11.10) and MacOS. I love it.
    Great job and thanks for keeping the Linux version updated.

    Greg Z, Sydney


    Programming Languages Suported

    QSnipps has built-in syntax highlighters for the following programming languages:

    ActionScript, Bash, C#, C, CSS, HTML, Java, JavaScript, Objective-C, PHP, Python, RealBasic, SQL, Visual Basic, XML

    Imagine how great would be to have one place where all your favorite code snippets are stored and categorized the way you like, making your coding life easier, faster and cleaner. No more google searching for a piece of code you don’t remember. QSnipps is here!

    Why should you use QSnipps?

  • You’ll save time.
    Stop wasting time rewriting code, or trying to remember a piece of code from a past project?
  • It’s constantly updated.
  • You can relax knowing your snippets are always at hand.
  • Work Faster..
  • It’s more affordable than other snippet management tools!
  • System Requirements: Mac OSX 10.4 or later.

    Click to Developer’s Site for more info.

    4 Responses to “QSnipps”

    1. Filou53 Says:

      Interesting
      but what about the others systems ?
      is your offer valid only for Mac OS X ?
      or also for the others ??
      And what about the price ?

      F

    2. occupant Says:

      I purchased this hoping to replace Caboodle (painfully lethargic). I primarily write code for After Effects (expressions), and frequently include a small image of the graph editor as a reminder. This app does not include the ability to include images.

      The serial code cannot be copied and pasted into the registration box. Since there is no delineation between zeros (0) and o’s (O), any incorrect character simply empties the field, requiring you to type the entire string in once again.

      r

    3. GabiL Says:

      @Filou53: At the moment, the only special offer is the one listed here on MacZOT and it’s available only for the OS X version of QSnipps.

      @occupant: Have you tried pasting the license code by pressing Command + V? Regarding the support for images: I’m already working to implement a feature that will allow users to attach ZIP or image files to their snippets.

    4. AaronC Says:

      This is a bit clunky. What we need is triple-click to select a whole line of code. Thats pretty standard. Will you please look at introducing this? Cheers