Leo Editor is a free integrated development environment, product information management and outliner for Linux and Windows. It is written in Python and source is available in github. Using this you can organize and study computer code easily. It supports plugins and using this you can extent its features. It fully supports Python scripting and outlines with IPython, Vim and Emacs. You can compose your scripts and programs from outlines using outline-oriented directives.
Install Leo Editor on Ubuntu:
You can install Leo Editor on Ubuntu via snap package. For that you need to open your terminal app (Ctrl+Alt+T) and type the below command in terminal.
sudo snap install leo-editor
Then type your Ubuntu password and hit enter. It will install the latest version Leo Editor on Ubuntu. After the successful installation of Leo Editor, you can start it from terminal by running the below command.
Or click the show applications in the Ubuntu Gnome dock and type Leo Editor in the search box and click Leo Editor to open the Leo Editor IDE, PIM and outliner.