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Fill in the details for your favourite editor. Add it if it’s missing
:slight_smile: Feel free to add additional columns too.

martin

On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 4:02 PM, Martin DeMello
[email protected] wrote:

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0Al_hzYODcgxwdG9tUFhqcVVoUDVaLTlqT2YtNjV1N0E&hl=en

Fill in the details for your favourite editor. Add it if it’s missing
:slight_smile: Feel free to add additional columns too.

Hi Martin,

some of the fields are obvious, other I don’t have a clue what they
mean, would be nice to have a description of what each of the fields
mean.

martin


Kind Regards,
Rajinder Y.

May the { source } be with you !

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 1:41 AM, Rajinder Y. [email protected]
wrote:

mean.
Okay, I added a description of templates. Which other ones are unclear?

martin

I
On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 4:11 PM, Rajinder Y. [email protected]
wrote:

mean.

martin

I’ve added an entry for Aptana RadRails, if there are other more
knowledgeable users of this IDE please verify correct my entry. I just
started playing with this last night.

Also I don’t know why I am seeing my post showing up twice on this
mailing list? Are other people seeing my post come in twos?


Kind Regards,
Rajinder Y.

May the { source } be with you !

On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 4:27 PM, Martin DeMello
[email protected] wrote:

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 1:48 AM, Rajinder Y. [email protected] wrote:

Also I don’t know why I am seeing my post showing up twice on this
mailing list? Are other people seeing my post come in twos?

That’s a gmail thing; you get your sent copy and the copy that comes
back to you from the mailing list in the same “conversation”. Everyone
else sees just the one.

Thanks! I was going to stop posting to this group in fear of being
alienated =)

martin


Kind Regards,
Rajinder Y.

May the { source } be with you !

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 1:48 AM, Rajinder Y. [email protected]
wrote:

Also I don’t know why I am seeing my post showing up twice on this
mailing list? Are other people seeing my post come in twos?

That’s a gmail thing; you get your sent copy and the copy that comes
back to you from the mailing list in the same “conversation”. Everyone
else sees just the one.

martin

On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 3:27 PM, Martin DeMello
[email protected] wrote:

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 1:48 AM, Rajinder Y. [email protected] wrote:

Also I don’t know why I am seeing my post showing up twice on this
mailing list? Are other people seeing my post come in twos?

That’s a gmail thing;

I’m subscribed to about 14 different mailing lists (using Gmail on
all) and this is the only one that exhibits the duplicate message
behaviour. I fail to see how it’s a Gmail thing.

Martin DeMello wrote:

mean.

Okay, I added a description of templates. Which other ones are unclear?

martin

Hi Martin,

other fields to consider adding: ftp support, embedded browser

On 9/23/09, Martin DeMello [email protected] wrote:

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 1:41 AM, Rajinder Y. [email protected] wrote:

some of the fields are obvious, other I don’t have a clue what they
mean, would be nice to have a description of what each of the fields
mean.

Okay, I added a description of templates. Which other ones are unclear?

I’m trying to fill out one of the rows, and I’m unsure what ‘testing
support’, ‘task management’, and ‘collaborative features’ refer to.

mean, would be nice to have a description of what each of the fields
mean.

Okay, I added a description of templates. Which other ones are
unclear?

I’m trying to fill out one of the rows, and I’m unsure what ‘testing
support’, ‘task management’, and ‘collaborative features’ refer to.

To me at least:
testing support=unit testing (eg rad rails can automatically run
your unit tests and display the results directly in the IDE rather than
a command line.

task management=run/debug/step/stop your program from inside the IDE

collaborative features=anything that helps a group work on the project
e.x. unified task lists, workflow management, message passing, etc.

Walton H. wrote:

mean, would be nice to have a description of what each of the fields
a command line.

task management=run/debug/step/stop your program from inside the IDE

I believe task management means being able to add task notes ( i am
unsure about
this one too), there is already a field for ‘integrated debugger’ so
run/debug/step/stop operations belong to this field.

I recommend that you have a column on the right for latest Version.
Useful
if you notice that the version you downloaded a year ago has a more
recent
version available. For example, SciTE has a version 2.01 available but
the
one downloaded with Ruby 1.8 is 1.79. I tried to add that column but it
wouldn’t let me save it.

No Sam

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 7:14 AM, Walton H. [email protected]
wrote:

To me at least:
testing support=unit testing (eg rad rails can automatically run
your unit tests and display the results directly in the IDE rather than
a command line.

yep

task management=run/debug/step/stop your program from inside the IDE

no, i meant the ability to maintain todo, fixme etc lists by putting
comments in the source and in text files and having the ide track them
for you.

collaborative features=anything that helps a group work on the project
e.x. unified task lists, workflow management, message passing, etc.

yep

feel free to edit or expand on anything that’s unclear - it’s a
collaborative sheet :slight_smile:

martin

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 8:01 AM, Mason K. [email protected]
wrote:

I recommend that you have a column on the right for latest Version. Useful
if you notice that the version you downloaded a year ago has a more recent
version available. For example, SciTE has a version 2.01 available but the
one downloaded with Ruby 1.8 is 1.79. I tried to add that column but it
wouldn’t let me save it.

Shows it as successfully added

martin

On 9/23/09, Walton H. [email protected] wrote:

From: Caleb C. [mailto:[email protected]]
I’m trying to fill out one of the rows, and I’m unsure what ‘testing
support’, ‘task management’, and ‘collaborative features’ refer to.

To me at least:
testing support=unit testing (eg rad rails can automatically run
your unit tests and display the results directly in the IDE rather than
a command line.

I guess I thought this was implied by build/make/run. But martin
agrees with you.

Wanted to add a new column, but couldn’t find out how…

“Hypersearch”: clickable list of all occurrences of the search string.
(I like it so much…)

Axel

Martin DeMello wrote:

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0Al_hzYODcgxwdG9tUFhqcVVoUDVaLTlqT2YtNjV1N0E&hl=en

Fill in the details for your favourite editor. Add it if it’s missing
:slight_smile: Feel free to add additional columns too.

Is this spreadsheet or a copy of it available anywhere?
Thanks.
-r

On 8/30/2010 11:29 AM, Roger P. wrote:

Martin DeMello wrote:

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0Al_hzYODcgxwdG9tUFhqcVVoUDVaLTlqT2YtNjV1N0E&hl=en

Fill in the details for your favourite editor. Add it if it’s missing
:slight_smile: Feel free to add additional columns too.
Is this spreadsheet or a copy of it available anywhere?
Thanks.
-r
I was looking for this the other day too, wanted to see if anyone had
come up with anything new. It would be a shame if all that information
was lost. Maybe it should be moved to a wiki somewhere? (assuming we
can ever find a copy)

Sorry, google docs had reverted the permissions to private. I’ve fixed
it, it should be accessible again now.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0Al_hzYODcgxwdG9tUFhqcVVoUDVaLTlqT2YtNjV1N0E&hl=en

martin

Also, mirroring to a wiki would be nice idea. Google docs is still the
best way I’ve seen to actually edit it, though - entering tabular
data on wikipedia for instance is extremely clunky. It should be
possible to write a script to extract a nightly csv dump of the
document and back it up somewhere, then use pandoc to convert that to
the appropriate wiki format and keep that updated. I’ll look into it.

martin

On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 12:50 PM, Martin DeMello

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