When comparing QSnipps vs massCode, the Slant community recommends massCode for most people. In the question“What is the best code-snippets manager?” massCode is ranked 9th while QSnipps is ranked 25th.
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Pro Not a bad UI
Pro Available for Linux, Windows and MacOS
Uses Prettify for code formatting.
Snippets can be sorted and organized using tags.
Pro Simple, clean interface
Pro Multiple languages for the same snippet
A single code snippet can have multiple "fragments" of code written in different languages.
Pro VSCode Integration
There's a Visual Studio Code extension that lets you search and insert massCode snippets.
Pro Open Source
The entire code base is available on GitHub.
Con Seldom updated or improved
There are no frequent updates/improvements.
Con Tag support is squirrly
You can add tags, but there's no auto-complete when you're filling them in, so you can easily make sure you're adding to the same tag(s) that already exist.
Con ZERO Support
Any and all messages sent to the developer go straight to DEV>NULL.
Con NEVER updated anymore
Missing many newer languages. (I'd go as far as to say it's abandonware).
Con No Linux version
There is no Linux version of the software.
Con No cloud syncing
While you can set the data to be saved on a cloud drive, you can't have another instance of the program using that same folder.
Con Electron is a memory hog
This app is built with NodeJS and uses the Electron, VueJS, and ACE packages.