[Tutor] Now has come the time to choose an editor
Fri, 07 Dec 2001 04:04:34 -0500
On Fri, Dec 07, 2001 at 07:00:18AM +0100, Kalle Svensson wrote:
> [Jean Montambeault]
> > Emacs would be my first choice. Is there anything else that would run on
> > any platform ?
> Well, emacs runs on Unix and Windows. If that's good enough, I'd suggest you
> go for it. Another alternative might be IDLE, which should run on most
> platforms. It is distributed with Python and is written in Python. It's okay
> for editing and debugging Python, but I prefer emacs.
> Other editors that have been mentioned by people in similar threads include
> - vi(m) (at least Unix and Windows)
> - Ultraedit (only Windows?)
> - Pythonwin (only Windows)
> - Jed (Unix, maybe Windows?)
> And probably more. But remember (from
> > Emacs is a pig.
> Small minds -- small executables.
Would that mean Gates is Mozart and Da Vinci rolled into one? :P
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