Editor Objective C under Windows?

Which will advise a good editor Objective C under Windows? Now I use Notepad++, but I would like something with at least auto-complete, and as a maximum — opening XCode projects, documentation for Objective C (at least online, by pressing F1 on the word, a La visual Studio) and a class diagram.
October 10th 19 at 12:21
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October 10th 19 at 12:23
I can recommend HippoEdit. All the above you in it, but there are:
— syntax highlighting (a lot of schemes, still more on the forum, + we can write its (all settings are in XML))
— autocompletion (also configurable)
— support projects (good or not — I do not know, have not personally used)
connection of external instruments (again, not used, can not say anything)
Of the minuses:
— he paid (30 days trial)
— it conflicts with PuntoSwitcher (maybe already fixed)
Yes, I forgot! Here is the config for Objective C. - Sherwood_Larson commented on October 10th 19 at 12:26
October 10th 19 at 12:25
At the time, came to the conclusion that it is easier to put the Mac on VirtualBox (important for processors that support virtualization), and there is XCode.
Yesterday I put Snow Leopard on VMWare on AMD — the speed of surprise, almost in Ubuntu! On VirtualBox the only negative experience — if not for a terrible brake, I do not have, although it depends on the image of the virtual machine - Sherwood_Larson commented on October 10th 19 at 12:28

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