CSVEdit is an editor for .csv like files, i.e. text files with values in columns separated by some special character like comma or tab.
For more information on the existing, recently added and planned features and limits, see the current ReadMe.txt, Changes.txt and the totally informal ToDo.txt.
Thanks to our intern Samuel Stirtzel CSVEdit as of 1.1 has icons for all actions and some printing capabilites. Thanks Samuel!
CSVEdit is available for Linux as a .deb package and for Windows in both 32 and 64 bit.
If you have not already added the key for deb.clazzes.org to your list of trusted archivers, do it now (see the section on "Software Packages/Installers" in the Repository Access page).
Although the name suggests otherwise, CSVEdit has been tested and runs under debian wheezy and the latest Ubuntu. Download and copy the
.list file to your sources directory (as root):
cd /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ wget http://deb.clazzes.org/debian/sources.list.d/squeeze/squeeze-csvedit-1.list apt-get update apt-get install csvedit
The latest Windows installers can be downloaded from http://download.clazzes.org/csvedit/stable/. Choose the appriate .exe for your environment and install.