[osflash] [OT] one editor for everything (emacs)
austin at pettomato.com
Wed Jan 3 12:14:44 EST 2007
I gotta agree with Hank on this one. I don't see why anyone would think this thread has included any flaming, although it could have certainly gone that way.
On Wed Jan 03 12:06 , hank williams wrote:
> On 1/3/07, Rákos Attila <tenegri at tengerstudio.com> wrote:
> >Well, I think this thread has turned into a simple flame.
> I dont think so. I think people (on all sides) are saying intelligent things
> and speaking politely. I dont consider discussing issues, even in
> disagreement, to be a flame and I do wish people would stop saying that all
> disagreements are flames.
> Did somebody mention any
> >features that are essential and indispensable for every programmer
> >without exception and provided by a single and one editor only?
> Nope, but that is not what the discussion was about. If you read from the
> beginning, the discussion was about comments in a particular book called the
> pragmatic programmer which suggests everyone switch to emacs.
> >think did not. Customization? Syntax-highlighting? Code-completion?
> >Refactoring? Multilingual support? CVS support? Automatized compiling
> >and building? These are features provided by several editors, GUI ones
> >and command-line ones too. So what we are talking about?
> If you read carefully, I have several times stated that there are features
> that *I* need in eclipse JDT that no one has stated are in emacs. These are
> features that I depend on. Others have said that they dont need such
> features, which is fine. But it is inaccurate to suggest that all the
> editors have all the same features.
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