Re: Project idea: IDE

I would use it, possibly.  Sounds good to me.  There are few things I miss
about leaving DOS/Win (and I mean FEW), but Borland C++ IDE was one of
them.  Emacs and any of the other interfaces aren't just the same (please
don't send me mail trying to dissuade me of this opinion--I have stated it
and will not retract it until further notice).

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On Thu, 18 Jun 1998, Ben 'The Con Man' Kahn wrote:

>	I think this is a great idea, and long overdue for Linux.  I
>probably wouldn't use it, but I think it would be very helpful.
>On Thu, 18 Jun 1998, Samuel Ziegler wrote:
>> I just wanted to put a feeler out to see what people felt about
>> a GNOME based IDE.  My concept is to connect all of the parts
>> of the IDE (editor, compiler, debugger, source control, etc) through
>> CORBA interfaces so that it wouldn't be too hard to put a wrapper
>> around your favorite X and use it in the system.  So basically, you
>> have a main object which coordinates the activities and connects
>> all of the subservient parts.

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