[TriLUG] IDE Recommendations?
Wing D Lizard
wingedlizard at nc.rr.com
Thu Jan 4 19:57:17 EST 2007
(old timers only)
Pshaw, EMACS stands for Eight Megs and Always Swapping.
>brettb at elf 4854]$ ps aux | grep vim
>brettb 4854 0.0 0.2 9376 2852 pts/2 T 19:48 0:00 vim
Alexei Znamensky wrote:
> Apart from the fact that EMACS stands for Extended-Meta-Alt-Ctrl-Shift,
> Don't take me wrong, emacs is perfect for programming with scripting
> languages and even some bigger systems in C, C++ (or even some Java, for
> those willing), but I still go for Eclipse... but hey, that's just me.
> BTW, I got in town less than a month ago, some big blue boss I have
> says I
> am bound to stay here for one year. I found the Trilug on the net and
> subscribed the list. I saw the upcoming Install Fest on Jan 20, any
> news on
> On 1/4/07, tomed at bellsouth.net <tomed at bellsouth.net> wrote:
>> No, actually, as a non-developer who uses emacs a whole lot, for
>> documentation, email, PIM, and so forth, I was curious as to its
>> weaknesses (if any) from a developer's perspective as an IDE.
>> Tom Ed
>> At Wed, 3 Jan 2007 23:44:25 -0500,
>> Jason Faulkner wrote:
>> > On 1/2/07, tomed at bellsouth.net <tomed at bellsouth.net> wrote:
>> > > Nobody has mentioned emacs yet? Howcome?
>> > >
>> > I think you meant to post this in the distro wars thread.
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>> > Jason Faulkner
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