Re: Development question.

> it's not something only emacs has ... there are a lot of emacs people
> ...  but there are also a lot of vi people ... I guess most hackers use
> one of the two ... with a few exceptions ...

I generally switch back and forth.  I liked xemacs for it's overall
environment, and for it's debugging capabilities, but I've been leaning
towards using vim 5.1 (very kick butt by teh way), and ddd and xemacs to
weed out the comile errors. :) 


Sri Ramkrishna         /|\ Unix is very user friendly, its just very picky
email: -|- on who it is friendly to. -- Unknown? 
phone: 503-645-4868    \|/ 

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