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What is your favorite general programming editor?
Vim
22%
 22%  [ 14 ]
Emacs
7%
 7%  [ 5 ]
Notepad++
26%
 26%  [ 17 ]
Crimson
7%
 7%  [ 5 ]
Other
34%
 34%  [ 22 ]
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OzzY



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OzzY
Post you favorite
Post 27 Oct 2006, 20:58
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Plue



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First of all there needs to be an "Other" choice. And what if we use different editors for different languages?

But I think I'll go for either fasmw or SEG text editor.
Post 27 Oct 2006, 21:00
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vid
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i have choosen VIM altough i never used it for coding Smile
Post 27 Oct 2006, 21:16
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Reverend



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I use Context for my C/PHP/HTML programming/designing (because one does not _program_ in HTML).
Post 27 Oct 2006, 21:21
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OzzY



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Ops... forgot to add a "other" choice
Post 27 Oct 2006, 21:51
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vid
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there you are Wink
Post 27 Oct 2006, 22:30
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vid
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just to be precise: FASMW for FASM, MSVC for C/C++, FASMARM for ARM coding (i do some lowlevel arm coding/debugging in my job)
Post 27 Oct 2006, 22:41
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Tommy



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VIM and only VIM! Smile
Post 27 Oct 2006, 23:02
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Post 27 Oct 2006, 23:12
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HyperVista



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GNU Emacs .... because that's what I learned to program linux with.
Post 27 Oct 2006, 23:19
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vid
Verbosity in development


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dex4u: you've got funny names of your apps Smile
i can imagine how you go to bed with your wife late in evening and say her "Honey, let's have some Sex4u"
Laughing Laughing Laughing
Post 27 Oct 2006, 23:42
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flaith



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DOS Nostalgia :
Code:
C:\>copy con myfile.ext
...
...code...
...
Ctrl-Z or F6 to quit & write the file    
Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Post 27 Oct 2006, 23:46
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OzzY



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Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing
Post 27 Oct 2006, 23:49
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vid wrote:
dex4u: you've got funny names of your apps Smile
i can imagine how you go to bed with your wife late in evening and say her "Honey, let's have some Sex4u"
Laughing Laughing Laughing

@vid, You must have me bugged Shocked

Laughing Laughing Laughing
Post 28 Oct 2006, 00:42
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LocoDelAssembly
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After doing "apt-get install kubuntu-desktop" I like Kate, it comes with highlight support for assembly x86 (and for others assembly languages) and can show a terminal on the window you are editing your code something really great to compile and test your projects easily.

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Post 28 Oct 2006, 01:32
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cod3b453



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MSVB6, MSVC++, FASM and a program called Notepad2 for scripts like php, java, html, batch ...
Post 28 Oct 2006, 10:27
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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Yesterday I forgot to post the supported highlightings, I'd just mention the assembly stuff.

Here the list:

Configuration--> .desktop; Apache Configuration; Cisco; fstab; INI Files; WINE Config
Database--> 4GL; 4GL-PER; LDIF; progress; SQL; SQL (MySQL); SQL (PostgreSQL)
Hardware--> AHDL; Spice; Verilog; VHDL
Markup--> ASP; BibTeX; ColdFusion; CSS; Doxygen; GNU Gettext; HTML; Javadoc; JSP; LaTeX; MAB-DB; PostScript; SGML; text2tag; VRML; Wikimedia; XML; XML (Debug); xslt
Other--> ABC; ChangeLog; CMake; CUE Sheet; Debian Changelog; Debian Control; Diff; Lilypond; M3U; Make; Music Publisher; POV-Ray; RenderMan RIB; RPM Spec
Scientific--> GDL; Matlab; Octave; scilab; TI Basic

**** PROGRAMING STUFF ****
Assembler--> Asm6502; AVR Assembler; GNU Assembler; Intel x86 (NASM); MIPS Assembler; PicAsm
Scripts--> AWK; Bash; Common Lisp; Euphoria; ferite; JavaScript; Lua; Manson; Perl; PHP (HTML); Pike; Phyton; Quake Script; R Script; REXX; Ruby; Scheme; Sieve; Tcl/Tk; UnrealScript; Velocity

Sources-->Ada, ANSI C89; C; C#; C++; Cg; CGiS; Clipper; Component Pascal; D; E Language; Eiffel; Fortran; GLSL; Haskell; IDL; ILERPG; Inform; Java; KBasic; Lex/Flex; Literate Haskell; Logtalk; LPC; Modula-2; Objective Caml; Objective-C; Pascal; Prolog; PureBasic; RSI IDL; Sather; SML; Stata; xHarbour; yacas; Yacc/Bison

A little complete, isn't it? Laughing
Post 28 Oct 2006, 16:39
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rugxulo



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TDE though I'm also leaning a little towards Vile these days. There are other good ones too that I've mentioned before (search for "editor" by "rugxulo" at these forums to read more).

P.S. JASSPA (Micro-, Nano-)Emacs was recently updated (for those who don't want the GNU variant).


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Post 28 Oct 2006, 17:13
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f0dder



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f0dder
I'm starting to like VIM, but I still fire up notepad++ most often - it's lightweight and has the necessary features. On linux I usually fire up nano because it's simple and my editing jobs there are simple as well...

Reverend: simple HTML might not be programming as such, but once you start doing DHTML/JavaScript, it certainly is programming.
Post 29 Oct 2006, 18:05
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Remy Vincent



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Using usual small NOTEPAD gives me the right "sleeping duration" : For example, sometimes I could use the powerfull REPLACE window of any DELPHI32 editor, but then the replacements are too "speed" for my brain, so I use the "STEP BY STEP" {Search only & paste manually} of usual NOTEPAD, because NOTEPAD, the one woth W98, hasn't any replacement window, only the usual F3, to search next, and then you must paste manually the string to replace. Too modern editors makes us program much too fast, and it is not good to program too fast all days.
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