What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use?

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What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Andrew Mclagan 9/20/12 9:42 AM
Im switching to Ubuntu after struggling with windows, i will replace notepad++ with Vim and finally get into terminal... 

Im interested in what OS / Dev Enviroment other Node.js developers use?
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Jeroen Janssen 9/21/12 5:45 AM
Hi,

I am using Sublime Text 2 (with SublimeLinter and the Google Closure Linter) on Windows.

Jeroen


On Thursday, September 20, 2012 6:42:27 PM UTC+2, Andrew Mclagan wrote:
Im switching to Ubuntu after struggling with windows, i will replace notepad++ with Vim and finally get into terminal... 

Im interested in what OS / Dev Enviroment other Node.js developers use?
Re: [nodejs] What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? José F. Romaniello 9/21/12 5:46 AM
I am using ubuntu and my editor is Sublime Text 2. I use few plugins specific for node.js and javascript for sublime;

https://github.com/Kronuz/SublimeLinter 


you can install these with the package control of sublime.

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Im interested in what OS / Dev Enviroment other Node.js developers use?

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Re: [nodejs] What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Chris Corbyn 9/21/12 5:48 AM
A reasonably minimal Vim https://github.com/d11wtq/dot-vim in the terminal. I tend to work inside a linux VM, over SSH from my Mac.


Il giorno 21/set/2012, alle ore 02:42, Andrew Mclagan ha scritto:

Im switching to Ubuntu after struggling with windows, i will replace notepad++ with Vim and finally get into terminal... 

Im interested in what OS / Dev Enviroment other Node.js developers use?

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Re: [nodejs] What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? joedev 9/21/12 6:12 AM
Ubuntu and https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9 running locally.
Re: [nodejs] What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Benjamin Gudehus 9/21/12 6:38 AM
Windows 7 with Sublime Text 2 or Jetbrains Webstorm 5.

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Re: [nodejs] What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? sotonin 9/21/12 6:42 AM
MacOS + Sublime Text 2
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? deitch 9/21/12 6:52 AM
Mac OS X + TextMate. Would love to go SublimeText2 like some of the other posters, but it screws up my indenting, see 

http://www.sublimetext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=4941


On Thursday, September 20, 2012 7:42:27 PM UTC+3, Andrew Mclagan wrote:
Im switching to Ubuntu after struggling with windows, i will replace notepad++ with Vim and finally get into terminal... 

Im interested in what OS / Dev Enviroment other Node.js developers use?
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? sotonin 9/21/12 7:27 AM
Don't really see the big deal. Press tab. Shrug

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Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? sotonin 9/21/12 7:31 AM
You must have some conflicting package like the last poster suggested.. Just tried your last indent example and it works fine for me. I don't have the issue

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Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? William Oliveira 9/21/12 7:32 AM
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Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Diogo Resende 9/21/12 7:32 AM
Works fine for me, Cmd+Shift+V instead of Cmd+V. If you think this should always be normal paste, just change the key bindings..

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Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? José F. Romaniello 9/21/12 7:33 AM
Hi Deitcher, If you want to answer one of your questions, if you want to reindent a chunk of javascript... you can install from package control a package called "JsFormat", then you can select a block of javascript and ctrl+shift+p then format js... Or you can give a keyboard shortcut



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Re: [nodejs] What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? psema4 9/21/12 9:04 AM
Debian or Ubuntu with Vim for most things.  Raspbian with Vim for
<https://github.com/jeremyckahn/pine>.

And Windows with Notepad++ (or Vim under Cygwin) when I have to.

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Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Oleg Efimov (Sannis) 9/21/12 10:10 AM
(OS X || openSUSE) && (Jetbrains Webstorm)

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What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? P. Douglas Reeder 9/21/12 10:10 AM
I develop under OS X (Snow Leopard), using Eclipse and the command line.  The OS X command line environment is close enough to the Linux command line environment on the machines I deploy to.

Eclipse is OK, but IntelliJ (which I use in my other job) is better.

I use Miller's JavaScript Lint instead of Crockford's JSLint, because it catches more real problems and can be configured to ignore non-problems.

Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Jimb Esser 9/21/12 10:11 AM
I'm also using Sublime Text 2, on Windows 7, though running all of my node processes on Ubuntu.

Interestingly with my start-up, the four programmers were originally using 4 different editors (VIM, Emacs, Visual Studio, and WebStorm) for the first year, and now we're mostly all using Sublime Text 2 (admittedly with individual plugins that make it behave more like VIM, Emacs, and Visual Studio ;).


On Thursday, September 20, 2012 9:42:27 AM UTC-7, Andrew Mclagan wrote:
Im switching to Ubuntu after struggling with windows, i will replace notepad++ with Vim and finally get into terminal... 

Im interested in what OS / Dev Enviroment other Node.js developers use?
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Tim Caswell 9/21/12 10:26 AM
For the longest time time I used Gedit on linux, Textmate on OSX, and
Vim on headless boxes.  Then sublime2 came out and I used that for a
short while since it runs on windows, linux, and osx.  Now I mostly
use the hosted cloud9 because I work from several machines and having
my dev environment always the same no matter what machine I'm using is
nice.

In all the cases, I use the terminal for everything except editing, so
IDE features are lost on me.  I just want a good way to edit my code.
When porting code from one language to another, multiple cursors in
sublime and cloud9 is amazing.
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? William Oliveira 9/21/12 11:12 AM
@Tim Caswell I'm going to try Cloud9, heard so much about it. Any tips for new users?
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Mark Hahn 9/21/12 11:19 AM
+1 for Jetbrains Webstorm 5.  I find the integration with GIT to be unmatched in others I've tried, like sublime.  You can switch branches with a single click and it has good graphical GIT logs.  And of course you can see exactly what has changed on a line by line basis with line-specific reverts.

There are many other features but this one keeps me from switching.
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Tim Caswell 9/21/12 11:29 AM
On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 1:12 PM, William Oliveira <sudow...@gmail.com> wrote:
> @Tim Caswell I'm going to try Cloud9, heard so much about it. Any tips for
> new users?

Disclaimer: I'm employed at cloud9.  That said, the editor is finally
something that I enjoy using now that I have a real tty emulator and
linux environment with every workspace.  The latency is still a
problem sometimes, but most the time it's quite nice when on my home
internet.

I'm actively working to improve the latency and offline support.

The editor has node docs inline with autocomplete.

Anyway, enough marketing and back to making awesome stuff...
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? themitchy 9/21/12 11:43 AM
OS X, Eclipse, Aptana plugin

Reasons: Eclipse debugger, aptana terminals inside of eclipse, git integration.

 - mitch


On Thursday, September 20, 2012 9:42:27 AM UTC-7, Andrew Mclagan wrote:
Im switching to Ubuntu after struggling with windows, i will replace notepad++ with Vim and finally get into terminal... 

Im interested in what OS / Dev Enviroment other Node.js developers use?
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Diogo Resende 9/21/12 11:43 AM
Does it run on node v0.8.x? I was waiting for it to happen to try it out on a private domain.

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Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Tim Caswell 9/21/12 11:44 AM
On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 1:42 PM, Diogo Resende <dres...@thinkdigital.pt> wrote:
> Does it run on node v0.8.x? I was waiting for it to happen to try it out on
> a private domain.

I was told it does, then I was told there are problems.
https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9/commit/c66284221143c175fc889418d499da6f37492a7c

Try it out and see.
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? joedev 9/21/12 12:20 PM
Recently it started behaving much better with 8.x - I've found no reason to use it with 0.6.x the last number of days. I should note though that I don't pull the cloud9 git repo obsessively, so I might have gotten lucky :)

Personally I rarely use it from further than LAN, if you aren't working on versioned files then that would be something to fix. If you are, then syncing files between various locations seems a non-issue (?)

On a related note though, on my todo list is trying out https://github.com/paddybyers/anode/wiki/Build 
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Stewart McKinney 9/21/12 6:13 PM
OSX local, Ubuntu remote, and vim/tmux

Reasons: homogeneity ( no learning of two editors, I use the same server side and locally ), and tmux allows me to have multiple sessions locally and remotely ( I have tmux all up in my tmux ). 

Also, vim has a lot of plugins and i've been diving into making my own lately. I personally like Sparkup, Tabularize, and thoughtbot's dotfiles for extra vim stuff and git status on the command line: ( https://github.com/thoughtbot/dotfiles )

Tmux makes it easy to manage my workflow, as well. But it's far more useful remotely, when you can just attach-session and be right where you left off.

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Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? bardu 9/21/12 8:34 PM
Ubuntu and Cloud9. Cloud9 with its JS editor, debugger and all the other features is just outstanding. Coming from Java, NetBeans - JS, Node, CouchDB and Cloud9 are just a relieve.
What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Darren 9/21/12 8:58 PM
Hi Andrew,
I develop in Ubuntu, MacOS and CentOS. I use SublimeText2 and a simple lint plugin (https://github.com/darrenderidder/Sublime-JSLint - but there are several others, probably better than mine). I use 'n' for node version control. For deployment we roll our own RPMs. For anyone on Windows I'd recommend installing an Ubuntu VM using VIrtualbox or VMWare. Too many of aspects of the node ecosystem are Linux centric to make Windows a viable option for development IMHO, not to mention that most deployments will run on *nix. Good luck finding your favorite setup... Let us know what you end up with. :-)

Darren

Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Jeff Schwartz 9/21/12 9:00 PM
My preferred OS environment is Mac OSX. I'm also comfortable on Linux and Windows. I had been using Vim & Sublime Text 2 for my Web development (Node and client) but a few months back I tried WebStorm and since then I never looked back. Node debugging, excellent auto code completion, jshint, jslint, zed coding, Vim key binding, color theming, split screen editing, auto code reformatting ... It's a keeper. 
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Stuart Carnie 9/21/12 10:13 PM
PhpStorm; full JS Editor and debugger.  Works on Windows, OS X and Ubuntu.
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? victorkane 9/22/12 12:16 AM
Internet and cloud > local dev machine
Eclipse (with vi plugin http://www.viplugin.com/viplugin/ ), in remoting perspective so I edit remote files directly on Linode dev servers and get terminals, etc. right in Eclipse. That gives me command line "integration" with Git, and if I wanted more build magic I would use an on-server Puppet or similar.
The environment for me is not a single product. I love to have a few terminals open and on my dev servers I also have midnight commander installed.
The main thing with me is that I do not develop on my local machine (Mac Book Pro, which would be capable of it but why bother) but rather use my local machine as a dev client to developer servers and apps (GitHub essentially, Pivotal Tracker essentially). I work with Pivotal Tracker open to know "where I am" in my user story sprint, and I have Pivotal Tracker integrated with GitHub to receive all commits. So I know where I am in the project.
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On Thursday, September 20, 2012 1:42:27 PM UTC-3, Andrew Mclagan wrote:
Im switching to Ubuntu after struggling with windows, i will replace notepad++ with Vim and finally get into terminal... 

Im interested in what OS / Dev Enviroment other Node.js developers use?
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Dennis Kehrig 9/22/12 1:56 AM
Windows XP with SciTE extended by Scintillua for CoffeeScript highlighting.
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Yi Tan 9/22/12 2:12 AM
MacOS, VIM with: 


very happy

Regards,

ty


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Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Ilya Shaisultanov 9/22/12 4:57 AM
Ubuntu 12.04 x64 with Gnome Shell, WebStorm 5. Local mongo, redis.
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Shripad K 9/22/12 5:40 AM
I use Sublime Text 2, MacOSX primarily. Ubuntu VM + vim/ST2 again for testing.

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Ubuntu 12.04 x64 with Gnome Shell, WebStorm 5. Local mongo, redis.

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Re: [nodejs] What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Alex Kocharin 9/22/12 3:03 AM

vim / linux debian

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21.09.2012, 21:10, "P. Douglas Reeder" <reed...@gmail.com>:
> I develop under OS X (Snow Leopard), using Eclipse and the command line. О©╫The OS X command line environment is close enough to the Linux command line environment on the machines I deploy to.
>
> Eclipse is OK, but IntelliJ (which I use in my other job) is better.
>
> I use Miller's JavaScript Lint instead of Crockford's JSLint, because it catches more real problems and can be configured to ignore non-problems.
>
Re: [nodejs] What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Christian Taltas 9/22/12 9:45 AM
Mac OSX + emacs (aquamacs) + js2-mode


On Saturday, September 22, 2012, Alex Kocharin wrote:

vim / linux debian

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21.09.2012, 21:10, "P. Douglas Reeder" <reeder.29@gmail.com>:
> I develop under OS X (Snow Leopard), using Eclipse and the command line.  The OS X command line environment is close enough to the Linux command line environment on the machines I deploy to.

>
> Eclipse is OK, but IntelliJ (which I use in my other job) is better.
>
> I use Miller's JavaScript Lint instead of Crockford's JSLint, because it catches more real problems and can be configured to ignore non-problems.
>
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Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Postlethwaite 9/22/12 8:29 PM
Arch Linux eats the cake off Ubuntu (I was an Ubuntu user for a while but became frustrated for many of the same reasons I grew frustrated with Win). I am using Emacs + its infinite modes for all my dev, but am trying to migrate to something more modern. Cloud9 has saved me before but HAS NO EMACS BINDINGS.
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? greelgorke 9/24/12 3:43 AM
Mac OSX + Intellij IDEA (i do java too) || WebStorm || plain-old-vim on terminal 

Am Donnerstag, 20. September 2012 18:42:27 UTC+2 schrieb Andrew Mclagan:
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Hendry Suwanda 9/23/12 7:17 PM

i use sublime text 2 & crunchbang

Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Alexey Petrushin 9/24/12 6:42 AM
Mac OS + Textmate / Sublime

As for Ubuntu - while on vacation temporarily switched to Ubuntu from Mac OS - only to discover that after all those Years Ubuntu even doesn't have Cntr+C/V (You has to press Cntrl+Shift+C/V) working in console, and tons of other quirks, UI experience is far from good. 
Seems like Ubuntu freeze for infinite time in the state of half-product, it's good for temporarily usage, but not acceptable for professional day-to-day usage.
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Ben Noordhuis 9/24/12 6:51 AM
On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 3:42 PM, Alexey Petrushin
<alexey.p...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Seems like Ubuntu freeze for infinite time in the state of half-product,
> it's good for temporarily usage, but not acceptable for professional
> day-to-day usage.

It's funny, I say the same thing about OS X.
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Tim Caswell 9/24/12 7:02 AM


On Sep 24, 2012 8:42 AM, "Alexey Petrushin" <alexey.p...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Mac OS + Textmate / Sublime
>
> As for Ubuntu - while on vacation temporarily switched to Ubuntu from Mac OS - only to discover that after all those Years Ubuntu even doesn't have Cntr+C/V (You has to press Cntrl+Shift+C/V) working in console, and tons of other quirks, UI experience is far from good. 

Why on earth do you want control+c and control+v overriding the terminals input?  Osx gets away with using its native clipboard bindings because option+anything doesn't clash with tty commands.  Most control+anything key bindings have common and essential meanings in tty apps.

I'm my ~18 years of Unix style development gnome-terminal is the best tty emulator out there.

> Seems like Ubuntu freeze for infinite time in the state of half-product, it's good for temporarily usage, but not acceptable for professional day-to-day usage.
>
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Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? David 9/24/12 10:46 AM
I'm still in pre-production but so far Webstorm 5.0 has been a great tool, I highly recommend it.

Le jeudi 20 septembre 2012 12:42:27 UTC-4, Andrew Mclagan a écrit :
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Zhao Cheng 9/25/12 12:40 AM
On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 10:02 PM, Tim Caswell <t...@creationix.com> wrote:
> Why on earth do you want control+c and control+v overriding the terminals
> input?  Osx gets away with using its native clipboard bindings because
> option+anything doesn't clash with tty commands.  Most control+anything key
> bindings have common and essential meanings in tty apps.
>
> I'm my ~18 years of Unix style development gnome-terminal is the best tty
> emulator out there.

I agree with you, gnome-terminal is the most thing I miss after I have
switched to Mac.

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Re: [nodejs] What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? ryandesign 9/25/12 1:18 AM
On Sep 25, 2012, at 02:40, Zhao Cheng wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 10:02 PM, Tim Caswell wrote:
>> I'm my ~18 years of Unix style development gnome-terminal is the best tty
>> emulator out there.
>
> I agree with you, gnome-terminal is the most thing I miss after I have
> switched to Mac.

You don't need to miss gnome-terminal on your Mac; you can just install it. It's available in MacPorts, for example. I just tried it; it works fine.


Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Diogo Resende 9/25/12 1:58 AM
Better alternative: iTerm2

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Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? shawn wilson 9/25/12 4:31 AM

Debian (moving to arch). A compiled stack of: zsh, rxvt, tmux, vim, node, xmonad.

Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Justin Bigelow 9/25/12 12:42 PM
Sublime Text 2 on Windows 7 64 bit here.
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Bruno Jouhier 9/25/12 2:09 PM
Mac OS X + Sublime Text 2
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Jeff Barczewski 10/1/12 10:27 AM
emacs + js3-mode + jshint, mac OS X and ubuntu (on mac, using specifically Aquamacs and iterm2)
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Alexey Petrushin 10/1/12 3:22 PM
> Why on earth do you want control+c and control+v overriding the terminals input?
Because in most cases it's used to copy/paste text from and to. I believe copy/paste support is 
more important from the perspective of ergonomics and usability than tty support.
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Alexey Petrushin 10/1/12 3:28 PM
Update: huh, I didn't realized that You meant often used tty ctrl+c signal :). Yea, agreed it's used 
even more often than copy.
Still using ctrl+shift+c/v for copy/paste feels very inconvenient.
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? joedev 10/2/12 2:39 AM


On Tue, Oct 2, 2012 at 5:28 AM, Alexey Petrushin <alexey.p...@gmail.com> wrote:
Update: huh, I didn't realized that You meant often used tty ctrl+c signal :). Yea, agreed it's used 
even more often than copy.
Still using ctrl+shift+c/v for copy/paste feels very inconvenient.

Mouse select to highlight, middle-click to paste - if you want convenience.
 

On Tuesday, October 2, 2012 2:22:48 AM UTC+4, Alexey Petrushin wrote:
> Why on earth do you want control+c and control+v overriding the terminals input?
Because in most cases it's used to copy/paste text from and to. I believe copy/paste support is 
more important from the perspective of ergonomics and usability than tty support.

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Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? klr...@gmail.com 10/2/12 3:02 AM

Or left select to highlight, right click to paste like PuTTY
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Katsumoto 10/2/12 5:12 AM
Mac OSX + Textmate, sometimes Cloud9 or Sublime Text 2
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? klr...@gmail.com 10/2/12 5:23 AM
Or left click = copy, right click = paste, PuTTY style

El jueves, 20 de septiembre de 2012 18:42:27 UTC+2, Andrew Mclagan escribió:
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Sapardi 10/2/12 5:24 AM

Sublime Text2 is not free, it needs registration to use it..

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RE: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Fadrizul H 10/2/12 5:31 AM
Lol, Sublime is free to use. You can pay for the registration if you want to get rid off the pops up. Tard

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Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? José F. Romaniello 10/2/12 5:50 AM
for me, it worth every penny. 

TBH the popup didn't bother me, I choose to pay to this guy because his really nice job and to keep him working on cool features :)

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Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Sapardi 10/2/12 5:54 AM

Has Anybody tried to install sublime text2 on ubuntu, i need guidance how to install it on ubuntu..

Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Ian Lawrence 10/2/12 5:58 AM
Hi

On Tue, Oct 2, 2012 at 8:54 AM, Sapardee <sapa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Has Anybody tried to install sublime text2 on ubuntu, i need guidance how to
> install it on ubuntu..


I followed this

http://www.technoreply.com/how-to-install-sublime-text-2-on-ubuntu-12-04-unity/

or it seems there there is a ppa (untried)

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/sublime-text-2
sudo apt-get update

Then, install Sublime Text 2 stable build:
sudo apt-get install sublime-text

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Re: [nodejs] What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Arunoda Susiripala 10/2/12 5:58 AM
Untar it and just click the binary. Its that simple.
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Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Mark Hahn 10/2/12 10:50 AM
Did you just call someone "Tard"?  That has got to be the most rude and childish thing I've seen on this, or any. technical forum.
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? shawn wilson 10/2/12 2:15 PM

Or tmux: ctrl+b [ <space> alt+w to copy and ctrl+b ] or screen's variation or vi's ctrl/shift+v y to copy and p to paste, or gpm left click to immediately copy a buffer.

Copy/paste is no where near as standard as anyone thinks or would hope.

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Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? joedev 10/2/12 5:28 PM
Don't know about that, but it ranks pretty high on my tragically-ironic meter.
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Thomas Shinnick 10/2/12 6:36 PM
Y'no, he could be Occitanian and just saying 'later', or are you going to take offense at signoffs like 'tschüss' or "plus tard".

Perhaps English is not his first language
or perhaps his sensitivity may not up to the challenge
or perhaps English is your stumbling block
or perhaps your sensitivity is too challenging?

You've failed Postel's law, twice over.
What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? 2b3 Ian 10/2/12 9:07 PM
Aptana for more project stuff, Coda for simple stuff
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Denis Pshenov 10/4/12 12:41 AM
Sublime Text 2 on Mac OSX. There's lot of modules for Sublime coming from a vibrant community.
Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? Trevor Norris 10/4/12 5:20 PM
That's the exact setup I have. Also have a couple vim entries to make my life simpler:

This just executes the file I'm currently working on:

And I use this to quick wrap code that I know I won't want committed:
Re: [nodejs] Re: What Editor / OS / Dev enviroment do you use? aykut yaman 10/7/12 8:54 AM
Debian and emacs

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