johanl at DarSerMan.com
Tue Apr 8 21:37:39 BST 2008
At 13:18 2008-04-08, Iain Barnett wrote:
> But do they ( vim and emacs ) do integrated task management
I can see how it would make sense to hook up Trac to creating
branches, checking in files and stuff but not much else, maybe I
don't have enough imagination. How is it integrated?
Btw, the Emacs SVN mode with diffing, blame and friends is fan-tas-tic.
>Show documentation for modules/classes outside of the file you're
>editing - without any key
What does that look like, and what's the benefit? Is it POD type
docs, or more like the class interface?
>Let you know you've made a mistake with syntax/grammar/ method-calls
>before you save the document and run it?
Yes. And style (Perl::Critic).
Well, I find it utterly annoying to get this feedback before saving,
because that generally means I'm either typing, thinking or idling
and I don't want to be interrupted doing that (idling being very
precious to me). But getting this feedback on save is very useful.
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