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Re: [trinity-users] Re: Re: Re: Slightly OT: The Thompson-Davis Editor

From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@...>
Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2018 07:27:04 -0400
On Monday 11 June 2018 06:02:35 Michele Calgaro wrote:

> > I am also not very happy with eclipse handling c++ - I guess I have
> > to do fine tuning there, but if you say I should give TDevelop
> > another chance, I will follow your advise. You are wise man.
> Most of time I use vim/neovim/kate or even a simple text editor to
> write code. TDevelop helps when looking at code made by others, but I
> use TDEFileReplace (R14.1, not R14.0) more and more for that, really
> good tool.
> The more powerful your IDE is, the less you tend to learn, because the
> IDE do a lot of things for you ;-) Cheers
>   Michele
> PS: Kate session panel as for R14.1 (not in R14.0) let you quickly
> work on many bugs at the same time, switching is just a click of the
> mouse
This I take it is similar to geany, which helpfully (not) opens the last 
2 dozen files its looked at. With todays mice being way the hell and 
gone too sensitive, this is not quite what I'd call helpful. It might be 
handy when working on a big project, but it also gets in the way much of 
the time by changing tabs with insufficient notice to the user.  Geany 
is an otherwise good editor, unlike gedit which has played mix & 
miss-match with important configuration files enough times I have banned 
it from the premises.

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