Re: what's the best IDE for C programming in Debian?
On 08/09/08 01:19, Sven Joachim wrote:
On 2008-08-09 07:09 +0200, Andrew Sackville-West wrote:
But emacs I've used for writing code. Not a lot of code, but enough to
get the basic stuff wired in. I also use it as a general purpose
editor (it's my default editor in mutt, for example, with it's own
.emacs just for mutt, so I don't load up a bunch of unneeded stuff.
As a believing member of the Church of Emacs I have to step in here and
accuse you of severe abuse. ;-) Your habit is very inconvenient and
clumsy, really. The Right Thing is to put (server-start) in your .emacs
and use emacsclient as $EDITOR. There's no need to start more than one
instance of Emacs!
That seems redundant, since Emacs is the OS, and thus is running
soon after POST.
Does that age me? Emacs-as-OS comments just don't have the same
impact when using a 2GB AMD 64X2 machine as they on a 8MB Sun3...
Ron Johnson, Jr.
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