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 Post subject: Re: What editor do you use?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 05, 2022 7:30 am 
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I remember also using sublime in the past to learn some html.


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 Post subject: Re: What editor do you use?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 12, 2022 6:28 am 
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What's stopping you?

Good question. TBH, it's solely time constraints. Time I can spend on programming is at a premium, I don't want to learn a new editor and take a lot of time on it. I mean, I know the basics of Emacs, but I have settings changes I need in order to use it but don't want to learn a new language (Emacs Lisp), especially when I've never typed a line of FP code in my life.

But I am going to switch eventually.

I don't think elisp (Emacs Lisp) is very functional. It's commonly called "a bad Lisp," which, if I understand right, means it's more procedural than functional. Besides, Emacs is designed to be so customizable that I found I hardly needed to write any code when I used it. I spent more effort on learning the bindings for its internal multi-window system than on any configuration, I think. I guess I shouldn't be too certain about it since it's 20 years since I used it. Once I'd grasped some basics, I even found it fairly easy to read code despite all the parentheses. It's probably easier still now with modern highlighting schemes.

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 Post subject: Re: What editor do you use?
PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2022 10:35 am 
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Noone is using CLion here?

CLion is quite nice when I have everything configured :D autocomplete, templates, error checking and more. The only problem is that it doesn't have a good makefile support, it works but sometimes don't see new files as a source file while using wildcards, so need to reload the project.

I would like to switch to/learn vim one day, but don't have the time for it atm, have a lot of school stuff.

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 Post subject: Re: What editor do you use?
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I discovered vigor a while a back and have been greatly impressed:

All of the graphical, point and click usability of vi, and it's just as free of EULAs and annoying paperclips as Word 97.


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 Post subject: Re: What editor do you use?
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linguofreak wrote:
I discovered vigor a while a back and have been greatly impressed:

All of the graphical, point and click usability of vi, and it's just as free of EULAs and annoying paperclips as Word 97.
I tried reading its website, but couldn't finish it since my eyes started to water. Is it satire or earnest?

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 Post subject: Re: What editor do you use?
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vim. And tabs. :)


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