Leo + Python: the ultimate scripting tool: Conclusion

Aahz aahz at pythoncraft.com
Sun Nov 9 15:48:07 CET 2003


In article <lcd6c2pjwq.fsf at gaffa.mit.edu>,
Douglas Alan  <nessus at mit.edu> wrote:
>aahz at pythoncraft.com (Aahz) writes:
>>Douglas Alan removed one attribution:
>>>Douglas Alan removed Aahz's attribution:
>>>>
>>>> Sounds good.  However, I won't try it until there's a shell-based mode;
>>>> I do too much of my work remotely.
>>>
>>>That's what TightVNC is for.
>>
>> Ugh.  While I love what my new DSL can do, I don't think that running GUI
>> applications remotely is one of the things it *should* do, especially not
>> when text works so much better.
>
>I do so for hours every day with no problem.

That's not what I said.

>That's not to say that an ascii-only version of Leo might not be a
>good thing, but rather that in this day and age, not having one should
>hardly be a show-stopper.

That's your opinion.  I disagree, at least to the extent that I won't
use any editing environment that doesn't have a text-only version.
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