James Britt wrote:
> Jules wrote:
> > Hello
> >
> > I am looking for a decent Ruby and RAILs editor.  (JEdit is not really
> > working out for me on Windows)
> >
> > I notice that on the Ruby on Rails Demos (Weblog and Flicker)  the guys
> > are using TextMate ( on MAC OS ?)  It seems pretty effective.
> >
> > Any views or ideas of an equivelent to TextMate that runs on Windows !
> > ( No I guess not !)
>
> Not very  optimistic, are you?
>
>
> What features of TextMate are you looking for?
>
> (I'm quite happy using vim, Windows file manager, and a handful of
> custom Ruby shell scripts and Unix command ports for finding and
> manipulating stuff from the command line. If there's something else find
>   I need to do at the command line, I can write a Ruby tool for it.  If
> I want to extend vim, I can use Ruby to do it.  Works out well.)
>
> James
>
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There's been lots of positive discussions about lots of editors in
c.l.r: vim, emacs, komodo, eric, eclipse, arachno, scite, kate,
kdevelop, leo...