iainspeed at gmail.com
Tue Apr 8 13:18:47 BST 2008
On 7 Apr 2008, at 5:59 pm, Jonathan Rockway wrote:
> Get a book about emacs or vim. You will
> thank yourself when you realize that you never need to use your mouse
You can assign keys to (every?) actions in Eclipse. Komodo has a vim
key mode. I rarely use my mouse in Visual Studio - it has key presses
too! ( oooh, modern technology didn't stop at 1991! ;)
But do they ( vim and emacs ) do integrated task management
(Bugzilla, Trac...)? Integrated debugging? Show documentation for
modules/classes outside of the file you're editing - without any key
presses? Let you know you've made a mistake with syntax/grammar/
method-calls before you save the document and run it?
PS can somebody rustle me up an eohippus instead of a pony?
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