View Poll Results: What's your favorite code editor?

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  • Emacs

    6 15.79%
  • Notepad/Kate(any other similar)

    4 10.53%
  • IDE's editor(Dev-C++/Code::Blocks/etc)

    23 60.53%
  • Other

    10 26.32%
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Favorite Code Editor

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    Favorite Code Editor

    What's your favorite editor to write your code into?
    Mine's emacs21.
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    Where's the option for Crimson Editor?
    And once out, possibly Emerald Editor and the like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glo View Post
    Where's the option for Crimson Editor?
    And once out, possibly Emerald Editor and the like.
    Is that a Pokemon thing?

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    Did you classify Notepad and Kate as equals?

    >> Is that a Pokemon thing?
    Haha.

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    Unless Bulbasaur and Pikachu are added to the list, I consider it lacking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmd15 View Post
    What's your favorite editor to write your code into?
    Mine's emacs21.
    Another vote for emacs.

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    Visual Studio is still the all-round package to beat I think.

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    vim/gvim

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    It's a rather short list isn't it?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_text_editors
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    I'm the only one who voted for a Notepad type, check out Notepad++, it is sswweeeett.

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    I like that there's an emacs option and not a VI one

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    I've only used emacs for Mathematica scripts and found it frustrating. Any good for C?

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    Emacs for life, yo.
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    editor: back to emacs because it's more awesomer!!
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    Eight Megabytes And Continuously Swapping?

    Why don't you add a real man's text editor to the list, like I don't know, say VIM?
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