dmhouse at gmail.com
Sat Jun 16 09:17:28 EDT 2007
bf3 at telenet.be writes:
> The point I wanted to make is, that I can't find an
> easy-to-install-ready-to-use-and-rock-n-roll IDE for Windows that comes with
> all or most of those features. I mean something like Borland TurboPascal
> from the 80's, Visual Studio 2005, IntelliJ IDEA or Eclipse.
Would you rather have a different editor for every language, and be forced to
learn new editor paradigms, keyboard shortcuts, tools and so on, or have one
editor for every language? This is one of Emacs's greatest strengths, IMO: it
can handle _everything_.
-David House, dmhouse at gmail.com
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