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Re: Is emacs helpful or necessary to gcc programming?

From: Mark Mynsted
Subject: Re: Is emacs helpful or necessary to gcc programming?
Date: 02 Jun 2003 08:18:40 -0500
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This really does not answer your question, but I would recommend that
one select a text editor, perhaps Emacs, then use it for all

What compiler one uses to compile code is really a lesser concern when
selecting a text editor.  One should select a text editor based on how
well it performs as a text editor not how well it integrates with a
particular compiler.  If the editor is "programmable" then one may
integrate it with any compiler.  

Emacs fairs quite well using the above metric.

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