andrewcoppin at btinternet.com
Sun Jun 17 16:52:13 EDT 2007
David House wrote:
> Andrew Coppin writes:
> > It's a text-mode editor.
> With graphical support.
Really? When did that happen?
(And if it's now graphical, can you really still call it "Emacs"? I
mean, if you write a GUI application that does what sed does, would it
still be "sed"?)
> > quod erat demonstrandum.
> Please don't be so quick to jump to conclusions like that.
You make it sound as if I haven't tried this stuff...
> > or an interactive debugger,
> As previously mentioned, debugging in Haskell hasn't really reached maturity
Yeah, pitty that... (Again, I was going to try compiling HEAD to play
with this - and then I realised you need Linux to do it, so I haven't
got round to it yet.)
> > or any of those other features that require a GUI.
> Perhaps you ought to revise your opinions on what constitutes a GUI.
Well, part 1 would be being *graphical*. I really have no time for ugly
cryptic ASCII art "graphical" UIs... I just like being able to *see*
what's happening. Is that too much to ask?
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