Re: IDEs

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On Wed, Jul 26, 2000 at 09:21:39PM -0400, Dave Mielke wrote:
> [quoted lines by James R. Van Zandt on July 26, 2000, at 20:18]
> Hi:
> >The Integrated Development Environment I prefer for software
> >development is emacs.  It provides the three most important
> >capabilities: editing the source, compiling and taking the editor
> >cursor to the site of a syntax error, and source level debugging.
> So does vim. There's no point in trying to pit one against others without
> knowing all of them intimately enough to make an intelligent statement.
I don't think anyone said "emacs is better than vim" did they? However
emacspeak makes emacs better for me. That is a personal opinion, so
you can't disagree. Please don't start the age old "MY EDITORS BETTER
THAN YOURS!" flame war.
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Rob Murray

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