As a programmer, I would like a way to archive code and other miscellaneous text-based files. I'm familiar with version control(Git, Hg, and SVN) but I am wondering if there is something more suited to archiving and accessing the files.

  • Versioning is not necessary
  • Preferably a good interface.
  • Win/Linux, or a server interface
  • Search is pretty much a priority
  • Easy export would be great
  • What is the required price range? – Tymric Oct 8 '14 at 16:26
  • No explicit price range. If it is worth buying, then it is worth buying. – nobrandheroes Oct 8 '14 at 17:16

You can try Source Code Library. It's a code editor and document manager with version control. Features include:

  • Version history
  • Office 2007-like interface
  • Runs on Windows
  • Search and filter functions, with regex support
  • Tools for import and export between the library and hard drive
  • Other features

The software has a 30 day trial period, and the full version costs 69.99€

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    This looks good. Being portable is impressive. – nobrandheroes Oct 8 '14 at 18:33

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