On Wed, Dec 21, 2005 at 04:03:13AM +0900, Josef ‘Jupp’ SCHUGT wrote:
definitely is not among them.
Let me illustrate this with an example that sometimes make me hack my
keyboard instead of hacking on it:
For searching forward for some string you may need to use Ctrl-F,
Ctrl-S or ‘/’ depending on which program you are currently using
(shell, editor, debugger). Integration on the other hand would require
that the same operation is always bound to the same keystroke.
Since I’m pretty well dedicated to vim as my primary editor, the same
operation is always bound to the same keystroke. Choosing the
specific tools you use in the Linux IDE is roughly equivalent to
personalizing the settings for a highly configurable IDE product like
Eclipse or Visual Studio. Well – maybe not equivalent, but analogous,
at any rate.
The Emacs operating system and the vim editor are much closer to an
IDE than Unix.
Combine directory browsing and shell access from within the editor,
and/or additional terminal emulator windows open for more direct shell
access, and you’ve got all the IDE you need.
Chad P. [ CCD CopyWrite | http://ccd.apotheon.org ]
unix virus: If you’re using a unixlike OS, please forward
this to 20 others and erase your system partition.