Re: [Gimp-developer] Good Linux IDE for Gimp?

I use sublime text <> with vim mode.
It gives the power of vim + most features in Textmate.
With the new Sublime Text 3 features, it is much faster.
Do give it a try.

On Sun, Jul 21, 2013 at 12:17 PM, Martin Renold <martinxyz gmx ch> wrote:

On Sat, Jul 20, 2013 at 08:44:27PM +0200, scl wrote:
Can some of the EMacs guys here tell us which plug-ins and
shortcuts they use?

From personal experience, Emacs is an IDE that you have to grow up with,
something you just install and use.  Learning and configuring it can pay
only if you are going to use it for years.

I once made a serious attempt to switch to vim, because Emacs has a few
quirks, and I use vim keybindings in Emacs anyway.  I even wrote vim code
add back a feature I missed.  The end result: I was back in Emacs, with a
couple of new features borrowed from vim.

I'm not sure I recommend Emacs though. There must be something more modern
to start with today.  Once you learned and configured it all to your
you're sort of locked up.

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