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Review: Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good!
This book, although labelled "A Beginner's Guide", belongs on the bookshelf of anybody who is a serious user of Erlang (with the possible exception of those who made the language or who have used it for decades).
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / YFL-related Blog
Software Reviews
I'll be reviewing pieces of development-oriented software here: editors, compilers, text editors, IDEs, etc.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter
First Impression: Sublime Text 2
A first-glance review of the oft-lauded Sublime Text 2 programmer's editor.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / Software Reviews
Comment Bahman Movaqar on First Impression: Sublime Text 2
I thought I'd put some notes on Emacs, as you're (as you said) not an Emacs user. * Freeing up the shell: `emacsclient' with `-n' [...]
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Comment Michael T. Richter on First Impression: Sublime Text 2
The Emacs fuzzy command matching is clumsy—very clumsy—compared to Sublime's. Because of this the fuzzy matching of commands *is* the command exploration all in one. [...]
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Comment Michael T. Richter on First Impression: Sublime Text 2
I meant "improved", obviously, not "approved". Stupid braino.
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Comment Bahman Movaqar on First Impression: Sublime Text 2
Funny that I had already read it as "improved".
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Comment Michael T. Richter on First Impression: Sublime Text 2
I solved the launching problem myself: http://yfl.bahmanm.com/Members/ttmrichter/yfl-blog/stupid-shell-trick
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Review: Sublime Text 2
Sublime Text 2 is a hot, capable text editor crippled to the point of uselessness by lousy documentation, an unresponsive developer and a community that reminds me of mid-'80s BMW owners: they shy away from any hint that they bought a lemon.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / Software Reviews
Review: Textadept
Something which only a year ago would have seemed impossible has happened: I've found a text editor to replace Vim. Here's why.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / Software Reviews