i wonder about the thought process behind this.
>hey guys, since none of can get off his ass to learn a text editor like vim or emacs well
>or even sublime or textmate or literally any one of the awesome texteditors in existence
>why don't we write one ourselves
No, not really. While Emacs is a superior IDE, I myself prefer geany. It's fast, free and has everything you may need.
Normally all I need is an embedded terminal and brace completion.
i have never understood this. you're working, don't you have at least 3 other terminals open on the same screen anyway?
this is why god invented tiling wms, you know. so your fucking text editor wouldn't need to have a terminal on board.
>Console competition club
Fuck off back to >>>/v/ holy shit
don't like the term hackable as others have said
just started using it over notepad++ at work, mainly because it's multiplatform and notepad++ is not
I like it though!
I thought this
>a fucking text editor
>takes more than 500ms to open
Embedded terminals are usually a part of the application rather than a window that is tiled to be on the same screen.
A really good example is dolphin.
It is a file manager with an embedded terminal.
If you click on a folder it will cd into that folder.
Having a file manager and a terminal on the side, these things will not be connected.
>85 mb text editor
>180 mb file manager
Niggers, what the fuck are you doing?
doesn't really compare to a comfy vim setup though does it?
My main editor for Rails development, it's pretty gud, stable and integrates well with Git but can't handle big files. I mean, if you're into opening 50MB Textfiles.