## What IDE are you using?

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luaz
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### Re: What IDE are you using?

Nixola wrote:I prefer Lua

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editors = {Sublime, NotepadPlusPlus}
for i, v in ipairs(editors) do
print(v.name)
break
end
end
Seriously, I like NP++ and I'm too lazy to download and try out ST2, so I'll stick with NP++.
That isn't a smart reason to do so.
If you're going to reply to my post, consider posting an (preferably working) example - 99.7% of time time, I already know how to implement the feature theoretically! I don't learn very well from references, etc....
Nixola
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### Re: What IDE are you using?

I know, but as I (smally (?)) said I'm too lazy to download ST2
lf = love.filesystem
ls = love.sound
la = love.audio
lp = love.physics
li = love.image
lg = love.graphics
luaz
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### Re: What IDE are you using?

Nixola wrote:I know, but as I (smally (?)) said I'm too lazy to download ST2
As I said, that isn't a good reason.
If you're going to reply to my post, consider posting an (preferably working) example - 99.7% of time time, I already know how to implement the feature theoretically! I don't learn very well from references, etc....
Nixola
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### Re: What IDE are you using?

I'm still too lazy though
lf = love.filesystem
ls = love.sound
la = love.audio
lp = love.physics
li = love.image
lg = love.graphics
luaz
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### Re: What IDE are you using?

Nixola wrote:I'm still too lazy though
That doesn't change the fact that it's a bad reason.

P.S. I'm not making or not even encouraging you, I don't care what you're using. So don't get my intentions wrong.
If you're going to reply to my post, consider posting an (preferably working) example - 99.7% of time time, I already know how to implement the feature theoretically! I don't learn very well from references, etc....
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### Re: What IDE are you using?

Cool it down, folks.
This is not supposed to be a debate about "Who's the coolest between Np++/Sublime"... That's much of a personal choice.
And in my opinion, I use Notepad++, because I started with it, and it serves his purposes aswell, to me. So I never felt the need to switch to another source cod editor.

Indeed, it doesn't imply that Sublime isn't good. Obviously, Sublime has its own features which makes it unique. And Np++ does have its own.
I just wanted to know what specific features you guys like when using Sublime.

PS: The best IDE to me is Edit.
Good old chap.
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### Re: What IDE are you using?

Roland_Yonaba wrote:
ROLFMAO!

I'm in a programming and robotics class, and we use ALMOST that EXACT same editor to program in Q-BASIC (an old MS-DOS program). *shakes head*
Roland_Yonaba wrote:Cool it down, folks.
This is not supposed to be a debate about "Who's the coolest between Np++/Sublime"... That's much of a personal choice.
Yes, I agree. I feel like I started this, so I want to say this now:

I use Sublime. I think sublime is *AWESOME*. You can disagree. I don't give a s*** i you do. Use whatever editor you feel like, but I will still think Sublime is the best.
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### Re: What IDE are you using?

Ed is the standard text editor.
Nixola wrote:I'm too lazy to try out a new text editor, but not too lazy to keep talking about being too lazy to try out a new text editor.
So true.
Nixola
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### Re: What IDE are you using?

Robin wrote:Ed is the standard text editor.
Nixola wrote:I'm too lazy to try out a new text editor, but not too lazy to keep talking about being too lazy to try out a new text editor.
So true.
Yup.
lf = love.filesystem
ls = love.sound
la = love.audio
lp = love.physics
li = love.image
lg = love.graphics
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### Re: What IDE are you using?

I've tried a lot, from Fraise to TextWrangler to Kod And finally to sublime text.

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