An Editor that Skips to the End of a Def

Bruno Desthuilliers bruno.42.desthuilliers at wtf.websiteburo.oops.com
Fri Sep 21 09:23:41 CEST 2007


Ben Finney a écrit :
> "W. Watson" <wolf_tracks at invalid.com> writes:
> 
>> Is vim just an editor or is it capable of running and debugging a
>> program, as well?
> 
> (Please don't top-post. Instead, reply below each point to which
> you're responding, removing quoted text irrelevant to your response.)
> 
> Both Emacs and Vim are highly customisable text editors. They are
> configurable with complete programming languages specific to the
> program, and both have a huge community of programmers writing useful
> extensions.
> 
> So, neither of them is "just an editor"; they are editors at their
> core, that can become complete programming environments by taking
> already-written components for them. 

FWIW, emacs has

- a python-mode that let you run either your whole script or parts of it 
into a python shell - that of course stays open, so you can examine the 
state after execution etc... and it works just fine with pdb.
- ECB (emacs-code-browser), that adds a file explorer and 
functions/classes inspector

The combination gives you a full-blown IDE.



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