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> |	Not to start an editor war or flamage, but is there another=20
> |editor that you use that is very ruby friendly that you would recommend?=
 =20
>=20
> Emacs.  I even wrote ruby-mode.el to make it friendly to Ruby.
> I've heard some other editors have ruby mode too (JED for exmaple).

	Alright, groovy: my perception of the world is still intact. =20
It sounded like there was another editor that you prefered instead of
emacs.  -sc

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> |	Not to start an editor war or flamage, but is there another=20
> |editor that you use that is very ruby friendly that you would recommend?=
 =20
>=20
> Emacs.  I even wrote ruby-mode.el to make it friendly to Ruby.
> I've heard some other editors have ruby mode too (JED for exmaple).

	Alright, groovy: my perception of the world is still intact. =20
It sounded like there was another editor that you prefered instead of
emacs.  -sc

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Sean Chittenden
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