Erlang Development Environment

James Hague <>
Wed Mar 7 16:13:01 CET 2001

> 5. .. Take a look at Visual C++ or some of those things and 
> steal (without
> breaking any software copyright laws of course ;) ) the best and most
> relevant ideas.

I use the Visual C++ IDE daily and I sheepishly admit that I ignore about
80% of the features it provides :)

Even more sheepishly I'll admit that all the Erlang programming I've done
for Windows has been with a freeware Notepad replacement :)


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