Distel, the other way around

bryan bry@REDACTED
Wed Dec 17 11:42:10 CET 2003

>Urk. Emacs, while certainly powerful, is pretty much unusable to the 
>average Windows programmer. If you want to lose all market share of 
>Erlang on the Windows platform, make this the standard interface. 
>(Actually this is was one of the major limiting factors for my 
>productivity on Mozart/Oz - I had all intentions of learning Emacs in 
>the process, but doing this at the same time as learning Mozart/Oz 
>proved to be too distracting, so I was stuck at a quite basic level of 
>Emacs expertise and productivity.) 

well I found xemacs with Moz to be quite useful, nonetheless I would
prefer if the two were not tied so tightly together. 

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