danny at orionrobots.co.uk
Tue Jun 27 18:16:55 BST 2006
On 27/06/06, Dirk Koopman <djk at tobit.co.uk> wrote:
> Can anybody recommend an IDE that works on *nux that does a better
> than vi(m) or (x)emacs?.
Command line or GUI?
If its a GUI, take a look at SciTe - Its not as heavyweight as things
like Eclipse/Epic, but handles perl fairly well, and does many nice
things like tabbed editor panes, syntax highlighting (and possible
auto-completion), configurable build/run/debug tools and folding
It uses the scintilla text component, and also runs in windoze too.
If its command line, well I am afraid it really is vi(m) or emacs. I
wont say my preference of the two, but have used both at different
points throughout time. I hear Nano is easy and lightweight, but is
hardly an IDE.
Danny Staple MBCS
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