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Re: programming editor

On Thu, 2004-06-17 at 16:23, Bas Zoetekouw wrote:
> Rob Benton wrote in linux.debian.user:
> >  I really like Kate (the kde editor), but I really don't like the 70+ MB 
> >  of disk space that KDE takes up.  Is there any other editor out there 
> >  similar but not dependent on KDE?  I've tried Gedit and I like it but I 
> >  miss the sidebar filesystem selector.
> What about vim or emacs?  (although the latter might very well take
> 70MB in diskspace, too)

Actually, I just had this discussion with a co-worker the other day. I
added up the installed size for all emacs* packages, and it's only 21
MB. :) (All the vi stuff added together was 700 K :)

But I'm still an emacs guy myself. So to get back on-topic, I'd second
the suggestion for emacs.

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