Monday, April 16, 2012

Instead of GNU Emacs in Windows

Recently I've been using Sublime, mainly because of it's text coding support - I believe better then GNU Emacs in Windows environment. And for sure match better then Notepad++. Key points are: TextMate format support - finally, and python plug-in system, so configuration and plug-in creation is much better then in VisualStudio, but compared to GNU Emacs, it's not as good.

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