View Poll Results: Yet another editor poll. Pick your favorite.

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  • emacs/xemacs

    16 47.06%
  • vi/vim

    2 5.88%
  • eclipse/spket

    5 14.71%
  • aptana

    0 0%
  • komodo

    1 2.94%
  • dreamweaver

    0 0%
  • IntelliJ

    2 5.88%
  • gedit

    1 2.94%
  • notepad++

    3 8.82%
  • other

    4 11.76%
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    IMO, what the world needs is an emacs style editor with Javascript instead of LISP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azuroff View Post
    Only Chuck Norris knows everything emacs is capable of doing.
    werd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rblon View Post
    Agreed, you can't do any cooking without it :-)
    you cook in your kitchen sink? woot.

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    Default Some fixes

    Some fixes


    Fixed a few of the snippets, namely:

    2col
    epanel
    extend
    extendo
    extendob
    ffield
    fieldset
    find
    get
    ifnu
    ift
    ifu
    initc
    list
    mod
    ndataview
    prop
    r
    s.gif
    temp
    temptask
    textfield
    viewport
    xt
    xtemp



    I'm loving these snippets!

    Will start posting updates to the first post.
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    XKeymacs & Spket


    Hi,

    I've been an emacs user for years but use eclipse alot for all the additional support (IDE) especially working in java. But for shear editing I find having multiple split windows alone well worth the learning curve of emacs.

    Anyway, for extjs I saw that Spket supported it very nicely. But I didn't want to leave the editing key board mappings of emacs behind. Then I discovered XKeymacs which allows me to use the emacs key binding everywhere - the browser, notepad, word, eclipse, Spket, (in this note) etc.

    So I now have wonderful completion and help within Spket while having many of the Emacs key bindings. I wish XKeymacs supported yasnippets too but alas it doesn't.

    Check it out http://www.cam.hi-ho.ne.jp/oishi/indexen.html

    Barton

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    Seems pretty cool but unfortunately looks like it's Windows-only...

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    At least with emacs if you type in your name it doesn't do god-knows-what to your source code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mschwartz View Post
    At least with emacs if you type in your name it doesn't do god-knows-what to your source code.
    Yeah, especially if your name is
    Code:
    :!rm -rf /

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    Hey Barton, thanks for posting this link. I used to use this program a lot when I was working on windows machines. Now, I wish it worked on macs.

    Quote Originally Posted by barton View Post
    Hi,

    Then I discovered XKeymacs which allows me to use the emacs key binding everywhere - the browser, notepad, word, eclipse, Spket, (in this note) etc.

    Check it out http://www.cam.hi-ho.ne.jp/oishi/indexen.html

    Barton