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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 ]
Total Votes : 63

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hckr83



Joined: 12 Nov 2006
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hckr83
I use Code::Blocks (nightly build!!)
It is great and supports many different code hightlighting styles. Everything from C++(the primary language actually) to PHP to ASM, and even recognizes the makefile syntax!

It is really great as it gives you a very fine detail of control over everything, with or without a makefile..
Post 14 Jun 2007, 02:13
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vinoca



Joined: 22 Nov 2007
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Location: lanzhou
vinoca
only vim Smile
Post 05 Dec 2009, 06:57
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kohlrak



Joined: 21 Jul 2006
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kohlrak
In case i didn't say it already, gedit.
Post 05 Dec 2009, 07:34
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ASM-Man



Joined: 11 Jan 2013
Posts: 65
ASM-Man
WHAT vim is winning emacs Sad
Post 26 Jan 2013, 06:30
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Post 26 Jan 2013, 13:24
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f0dder



Joined: 19 Feb 2004
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Location: Denmark
f0dder
These days, the text editors I use are primarily Sublime Text 2 and Notepad++ (NP++ is still my default association for text and sourcecode files, since it's a bit faster to load than ST2), and VIM when I'm SSH'ing to a linux box. There's some nifty features in ST2, like multiple cursors, pretty well done find/replace, decent (and lightweight) "project" support, et cetera. Also, decent color schemes out of the box (I use "pastels on dark"), plugins through Python (which means they're easy to do, and a lot of them around - including a built-in plugin manager), powerful ways to navigate between (and inside) files, Ctrl+Shift+P to search through all the functions, et cetera.

For development of stuff that's more than a few files, it's VS2012 or Eclipse (a bastardized Adobe version of Eclipse at work >_<, we'll probably be moving to a clean Eclipse soonish though), and I'm probably going to check out IntelliJ since it supposedly have decent Scala support, and support for the Play framework.
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