What code editor do you use ?

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Re: What code editor do you use ?

Post by FireZenk » Tue Apr 09, 2013 5:02 pm

thelinx wrote:I use Sublime Text 2 with the LÖVE extensions.
+1 and Terminal (Im working on Mac :neko: )

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Re: What code editor do you use ?

Post by Username » Wed Apr 10, 2013 4:09 pm

I use:

$ echo 'function love.draw()' > line1
$ echo ' love.graphics.print("Hello world", 200, 200)' > line2
$ echo 'end' > line3
$ cat line1 line2 line3 > main.lua



I use Geany, in fact.

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Re: What code editor do you use ?

Post by substitute541 » Thu Apr 11, 2013 6:45 am

Notepad++.

Also, I sometimes use Sublime Text 2.
Username wrote:I use:

$ echo 'function love.draw()' > line1
$ echo ' love.graphics.print("Hello world", 200, 200)' > line2
$ echo 'end' > line3
$ cat line1 line2 line3 > main.lua



I use Geany, in fact.

Terminal much?
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Re: What code editor do you use ?

Post by Plu » Thu Apr 11, 2013 8:13 am

I'm using Notepad++ for now.

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Re: What code editor do you use ?

Post by josefnpat » Thu Apr 11, 2013 8:26 am

Username wrote:I use:

$ echo 'function love.draw()' > line1
$ echo ' love.graphics.print("Hello world", 200, 200)' > line2
$ echo 'end' > line3
$ cat line1 line2 line3 > main.lua

I use Geany, in fact.
You would almost be way more productive if you used the append operator ( >> )

I use a combination of nano and gedit, and have been trying to get myself into geany.
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Re: What code editor do you use ?

Post by T-Bone » Fri Apr 12, 2013 6:16 pm

josefnpat wrote:
Username wrote:I use:

$ echo 'function love.draw()' > line1
$ echo ' love.graphics.print("Hello world", 200, 200)' > line2
$ echo 'end' > line3
$ cat line1 line2 line3 > main.lua

I use Geany, in fact.
You would almost be way more productive if you used the append operator ( >> )

I use a combination of nano and gedit, and have been trying to get myself into geany.
Real programmers only use cat.

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Re: What code editor do you use ?

Post by Nixola » Fri Apr 12, 2013 6:47 pm

Image
lf = love.filesystem
ls = love.sound
la = love.audio
lp = love.physics
lt = love.thread
li = love.image
lg = love.graphics

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Re: What code editor do you use ?

Post by josefnpat » Fri Apr 12, 2013 10:15 pm

T-Bone wrote:Real programmers only use cat.
THIS ISN'T WORKING. WHY ISN'T THIS WORKING?

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Re: What code editor do you use ?

Post by T-Bone » Sun Apr 14, 2013 9:17 am

josefnpat wrote:
T-Bone wrote:Real programmers only use cat.
THIS ISN'T WORKING. WHY ISN'T THIS WORKING?

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You need to put the cat inside the computer, not on it. Or staple it to the screen, like you do when you install Debian.

On topic, the run command "love $(CURRENT_DIRECTORY)" works really well from Notepad++ (whereas "love ." doesn't work, as it refers to the Notepad++ directory). I'd prefer "cmd /c love $(CURRENT_DIRECTORY)" when using t.console in love.conf, but it doesn't bind to that console like it would have done in Linux, and opens a new console instead. Slightly annoying, as "love $(CURRENT_DIRECTORY)" puts the focus on the terminal rather than the game window... But it's no big deal.

Semi on-topic: I think nano gets overlooked a lot as a terminal editor. I've seen programmers be seriously surprised that nano has syntax highlighting (and it's not half bad either). Since I only run Windows on my main computer these days, I've been SSH:ing a lot to my Linux server whenever I need some Linux specific things. In those cases, I've really only used nano and it works pretty well, even for slightly more serious coding.

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Re: What code editor do you use ?

Post by osa1 » Sun Apr 14, 2013 9:43 am

I'm using (g)Vim since the day I started programming(which was ~3 years ago), and now I can't type with anything else :3

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