CodeSnip is an open source code bank for storing and viewing your code snippets. While it can manage snippets in any source language, it is focussed mainly on Pascal and Delphi code for which additional features are available. The program is available in both standard and portable editions.
CodeSnip also provides offline access to the online DelphiDabbler Code Snippets Database.
See the Features page for full information about the program.
There's an FAQ that answers commonly asked questions about using and compiling CodeSnip.
CodeSnip has comprehensive documentation: the Documentation page provides links.
CodeSnip binaries for both standard and portable editions can be downloaded from SourceForge.
The project's source code is maintained in a Git repository, hosted on GitHub.
See the Download page for more details.
The current version of CodeSnip is version 4. The latest release is available from the Download page.
Users of CodeSnip 3 should note that it is no longer supported.
The first beta of CodeSnip 5 has put back indefinately - the project wasn't working out as expected and needs a thorough rethink.
Subscribe to the Code Snippets News Feed to get news of changes as they happen. Here are the latest ten items from the feed:
You can also view this news feed from within the CodeSnip program: select the Help | CodeSnip News menu option.