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Re: c/c++ project management and debugging

From: rusi
Subject: Re: c/c++ project management and debugging
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2011 09:56:02 -0800 (PST)
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On Jan 11, 9:55 pm, Andreas Röhler <address@hidden>
> Am 10.01.2011 17:18, schrieb Richard Riley:
> > Gary<address@hidden>  writes:
> >> Le Wang wrote:
> >>> My opinion of Eclipse aside, generally, when someone argues<noun>  is
> >>> <adjective>  because Google results count is xxx, you should seriously
> >>> question
> >>> that side of the argument.
> >> I didn't claim it was slow "because Google results count is xxx", I
> >> claimed that it was slow because that was my experience. Stop trying to
> >> put words in my "mouth".
> > Eclipse isn't slow when using it. Well, not really any appreciable
> > amount slower than any other dekstop GUI editor. And its certainly a lot
> > more powerful than most if you are a programmer dealing with multiple
> > languages or wanting a common look and feel IDE for all projects. Mixed
> > mode in debian is kind of ok with nxhtml, but Java is nigh on impossible
> > (well, hard work - what is the status with JDEE now?), python is a
> > confusing mess (multiple python modes floating around)
> Hi Richard,
> can't contradict basically, but let me say: python-mode.el
> at
> got some momentum.
Well thats good to know. The last I knew it was not working with
python3 (which means the latest python)
> What about joining the team?

I did send in a one-line patch

> In case you join, I'll propose a milestone "python auto-completion-mode"
> during next weeks.
> Cheers

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