Jonathan T. Rockway
jon at jrock.us
Tue Aug 7 20:29:08 BST 2007
On Tue, Aug 07, 2007 at 12:11:43PM -0700, Randy J. Ray wrote:
> Dave Hodgkinson wrote:
> I find myself at odds with Emacs these days. I still have fierce loyalty to
> it, not to mention over 20 years' worth of snippets of elisp. But the X
> layer has not kept up.
Agreed. You really need to be using emacs23 from CVS. It's stable
enough (I've been using it for over a year), and it's unicode-based
and supports Xft font rendering. So you get emacs + pretty fonts +
unicode, which is pretty much the definition of perfection.
cperl-mode also has some nice improvements (syntax coloring in
regexes, proper recognition of :Attributes, etc.)
Read the emacs wiki for more details.
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