In this day an age of bigger slower, less stable IDEs we think it's time for a change of direction.
There's no excuse for software that gets slower, offers fewer features with each release, while serving up more bugs or continually crashing.
We also think Zeus is a fast, rock solid IDE that will not and does not crashes.
We're so confident of this we are prepared to stand by this claim by offering up a crash challenge.
It's simple. Be the first to find a way to crash the latest version of Zeus and we will give you a free Zeus registration.
Here are the rules:
IMPORTANT NOTE: This challenge does not include situations where Zeus crashes when it runs out of memory. For example the 32 bit version of Zeus can be easily crashed by just opening a 4 GByte file as it will run out of memory. Also opening super large files is not considered an issue only because Zeus is a programming editor, and does not claim to be a large file editor. Likewise sorting of a million line file or opening a workspace containing tens of thousand files could cause similar problems or renaming an exe file giving it a .cpp extension could easily cause problems for the syntax highlighter.
In other words only sensible, everyday editing or programming tasks will be considered as valid causes of a crash.