andrewcoppin at btinternet.com
Mon Jun 18 13:26:29 EDT 2007
David House wrote:
> Andrew Coppin writes:
> > The only ones I managed to actually edit files with are Nano and Pico.
> > But given the choice, I'd *much* rather use KWrite. (Or Kate if I really
> > have to.)
> Despite it exhibing virtually none of your own aforementioned IDE features?
KWrite and/or Kate are almost always installed when you play with
somebody's Linux box. Emacs virtually never is.
> Emacs may be hard to get used to, but its power makes it worth it. Give it a
> fair try over a weekend or so, count the experience as gaining a life skill.
I've heard a lot of people say that learning Lisp will "make you a
better programmer forever". Personally, I think Lisp is an ugly
language... Much prefer Haskell. ;-)
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