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- Subject: Re: Development environment
- From: Mike Crowe <drmikecrowe@...>
- Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2009 10:12:45 -0400
OK, this is out there a bit, but I use Leo exclusively:
It's very easy to extend, and I can customize it with scripts/buttons to
compile/test my scripts.
Enrico Colombini wrote:
Evan DeMond wrote:
Notepad++ is nice for its "function list" plugin, with Lua support,
> which displays all the functions defined in a file. That's about as
> much as I've found I need to manage moderately-sized Lua apps
> (1000-ish lines of code.)
I too use Notepad++ as editor but I wasn't aware of that.
Not that I miss it: though some of my applications are a few thousand
lines, the Reference Manual is my info source and 'print' is my