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Re: Emacs IDE
Re: Emacs IDE
Sat, 4 Mar 2017 14:12:59 +0530
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On Saturday 04 March 2017 02:04 PM, address@hidden wrote:
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On Fri, Mar 03, 2017 at 08:06:42PM -0500, Ahmed Sorour wrote:
I've recently been working more extensively with various coding languages,
and have developed a need to use IDEs.
Is it possible to configure Emacs to act as a complete replacement for:
You won't find answers for that. Better pose more concrete questions.
Development styles vary *a lot* from person to person, from team to
team, and even along time.
Asking "Can Emacs do *exactly* as <foo> (for foo in IntelliJ, Sublime,
whatnot)?" can thus only be answered with "no". Why don't you use <foo>,
Now if you think about what features of <foo> are those you need, those
you value highly, those you more-or-less appreciate... then we're talking
- -- tomás
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+1 for the same.
Actually Emacs is way too powerful than what you think.
You can have a complete IDE (auto completion, refactoring. bracket
paring, code navigation ... and I may not be able to stop here ).
So it will b nice if you ask a particular question.
for example, How do I get all the code completion or ... features for
So we will be able to guide you correct.
Re: Emacs IDE, Kendall Shaw, 2017/03/05