#: Patrick Hurley changed the world a bit at a time by saying on  9/21/2005 12:50 AM :#
> On 9/20/05, Alexandru Popescu <the.mindstorm.mailinglist / gmail.com> wrote:
>> #: Josh Charles changed the world a bit at a time by saying on  9/20/2005 10:56 PM :#
>> > Ok, was that documented somewhere, but I looked all over the place to
>> > find that...  Thanks for the help.
>> >
>> > Josh
>> >
>> 
>> I haven't read any documentation, but I've found it ;-). I am eagerly waiting for the 0.7 version as
>> Lother said nice stories about it (Lothar hint hint :-) ).
>> 
>> ./alex
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>> .the_mindstorm.
>> 
>> 
>> > On 9/20/05, Alexandru Popescu <the.mindstorm.mailinglist / gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> #: Josh Charles changed the world a bit at a time by saying on  9/20/2005 10:00 PM :#
>> >> > I've been using this editor, and so far it's pretty nice, if a bit
>> >> > unfinished.  It's got some great features, and I highly recommend
>> >> > checking it out.  Personally, though, I won't be purchasing until a
>> >> > 'complete' version is released, as it is nearly impossible to find
>> >> > answers to some questions.  For example - how in the world do I invoke
>> >> > a template?  I've been looking all over the place trying to find this,
>> >> > but haven't been able to do so yet.
>> >> >
>> >> > There's been alot of talk on the list about IDE's, and Arachno really
>> >> > has potential.
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> What do you mean by template? Like pressing ar and this expanding to attr_reader?
>> >>
>> >> If so than: Ctrl+J is my mapping for it, and it can be found on Edit -> Code Templates.
>> >>
>> >> hth,
>> >>
>> >> ./alex
>> >> --
>> >> .the_mindstorm.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >
>> >
>> 
>> 
> 
> If you want some first hand perspective. My company purchased a number
> of copies, based upon it as a source code browser if for no other
> purpose. Lothar has been responsive to our requests. It is still rough
> around the edges (we have had a couple crashes), and some features are
> missing (but planned) - but it breathes Ruby, code navigation is very
> good.
> 
> For me personally it starts up a little slow (I was previously used to
> invoking my editor from the command line and editing right away -- I
> have become accustom to leaving it running and task switching to it).
> 
> I am also eagerly awaiting 0.7
> Patrick
> 
> 

Yeah, probably I should have mentioned that I am registered user too ;-). And compaired to anything 
else I have tried (and yeah, I am not a emacs/vim guy) it's amazing.

./alex
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