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Re: Couple of automation questions

From: Andreas Röhler
Subject: Re: Couple of automation questions
Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2011 08:56:00 +0200
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Am 28.07.2011 04:40, schrieb C K Kashyap:

yes maybe, if the tasks repeat and are basically simple. Than you could use
some python or perl too.

no, if it's seldom or tricky.

sed, awk etc. don't have such a thing like edebug for example.


Hey Andreas,
You are saying that if the task is not simple then lisp would be a better
way to go right?

That way. These questions are pretty general. Finally every task deserves it's own choice and consideration.

Many tools are able doing the same or similar things.
Right decision will depend on your experience, knowledge, further prospects etc.

I'm using all mentioned so far.

If you may select some output with fields, awk always is nice to use for example.

Well, awk from an shell inside Emacs, sure, which helps editing a lot.

Hey Teemu  ... Are you suggesting common lisp because emacs lisp would fall
short in some situations?


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