moonlite at dtek.chalmers.se
Sat Jun 16 12:31:26 EDT 2007
On Sat, 2007-06-16 at 17:10 +0100, Andrew Coppin wrote:
> It's a text-mode editor. quod erat demonstrandum.
> Since it only operates in text-mode, it cannot possibly provide things
> like clickable fold points, or a side-bar containing a bunch of icons
> representing the objects in the current file, or a spell checker, or an
> interactive debugger, or any of those other features that require a GUI.
> (I am *really* not a fan of ASCII art "graphical" user interfaces.)
Emacs has had a real GUI for many years. (At least since '98 when i
started using it).
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