Hacking Heaven - Leo+XEmacs Integrated

Jack Diederich jack at performancedrivers.com
Tue Jan 28 22:39:46 CET 2003


On Tue, Jan 28, 2003 at 09:18:25PM +1300, Aum wrote:
> Some months ago, the 'metastructural' editor 'Leo' (http://leo.sf.net) got 
> covered on Slashdot. Seeing the power it offered to boost my productivity 
> with code editing, I immediately downloaded it.
> 

I looked at the leo site, and a bunch of Literate Programming sites
and the intros all sucked.  hard.  Couldn't be more vague.
Do you have a favorite one-pager intro?  I like the concept but it is very 
ill-defined.  Even a couple paragraphs about how you use/how it changed your 
cycle it would be nice.

Obviously it would be the view of a convert, but I'd like to hear about
how it works in practice.  Unless a project has everyone using the same
tool, is it hard to publish or hard to incorporate patches from people
that aren't using it?

I'll-try-anything-that-makes-me-more-productive-ly,

-jackdied





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