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Adding Textadept Support to Factor
The "Common Learning Initiative" project of #yfl has selected Factor as the language we're going to jointly learn. Factor has some nice tooling for supporting external text editors. Textadept isn't one of these. Until now.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / YFL-related Blog
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