[Haskell-cafe] Re: Best Editor In Windows
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Fri Oct 16 06:32:50 EDT 2009
If you're a Windows developer and don't want to spent time to learn all the
alien emacs keyboard shortcuts, you can get going quickly by using this
<http://ourcomments.org/Emacs/EmacsW32.html>Then use "set all to Emacs!W32"
and your keys behave like all other editors on Windows.
Of course I guess the Emacs shortcuts are deliberately chosen the way they
are, but using these Emacs shortcuts makes it hard to also use any other
editor on Windows IMO.
On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 11:29 AM, Deniz Dogan <deniz.a.m.dogan at gmail.com>wrote:
> 2009/10/16 Gregory Crosswhite <gcross at phys.washington.edu>:
> > In my humble opinion, one of the best editors for development of all time
> > Leo:
> > http://webpages.charter.net/edreamleo/front.html
> > Leo takes the idea of "code folding" and gives you complete control over
> > That is, unlike other editors which only let you fold the code inside
> > if/while/for/etc. statements and which only show you an outline
> > of a level for files and a level for function, Leo lets you structure the
> > levels of your outline arbitrarily so that you can "fold" arbitrary
> > of code and do things like grouping together functions and files with a
> > similar purpose or implementation. By structuring your code as an
> > you make it easier for others and yourself both to navigate through the
> > and also to see at a glance the high-level structure.
> > Anyway, just wanted to use this opportunity to plug my favorite tool.
> > The downside about it is that the implementation sometimes feels a bit
> > and clunky, so part of me really hopes that at the very least people will
> > learn enough about this tool to take its ideas and steal them for other
> > editors!
> > Cheers,
> > Greg
> This should come as no surprise, but Emacs can do this as well.
> Deniz Dogan
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