What is the best software development platform to use when working with Erlang?
Yves S. Garret
Thu Jul 2 21:37:11 CEST 2009
Usually I use gEdit. It's simple to use and prolific. I like the
tabs at the top (yes, I know that emacs has 'buffers', but I'm stuck
on gEdit :) ). If you're going to start modifying someone else's
code, I'd suggest Eclipse. It seems like a nice way of standardizing
your development environment. Users can potentially change things
behind the scenes which could affect the manner in which code is run.
Outside your development machine. I hope that you're using CVS/SVN/
git :) . The last thing that you want is to do is to start doing
diffs manually ;) .
On Jun 17, 6:34 pm, "G.S." <corticalcompu...@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Is Eclipse the best SDE to use? I usually don't bother using anything other
> than a simple text editor with a highlighter since I can keep my code in my
> head, and even when debugging I can just work my way through the logic to
> find the errors I'm seeing even with 10k+ lines of code systems. But I'll
> have to begin working with someone else's code in a while, and it will most
> likely be over 25k lines of code, so I'll need something more robust. Anyone
> suggest anything other than Eclipse with the Erlang plug-in?
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