Alexander Schreiber <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| "Integrated Development Environment" for me usually means a ton of xterms
| containing various vim and shell sessions. With my current Lisp project,
| IDE means an Emacs for editing, two browser windows (one for the
| application, one for checking the HyperSpec), two xterms (one for
| tailing the webservers error log, one with an open REPL for quickly
| testing stuff), more xterms when needed. Works rather well for me.
*Exactly* what I tend to have open!!
It's a great way to develop web apps, isn't it?
 Well, except that I use "vi" [nvi-1.79] instead of Emacs.
But I understand that I'm a heretic.
Rob Warnock <email@example.com>
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