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Re: OpenSource CVS-related project Needs Developers!

From: Greg A. Woods
Subject: Re: OpenSource CVS-related project Needs Developers!
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2003 15:40:56 -0500 (EST)

[ On Thursday, April 3, 2003 at 11:00:59 (-0800), Christian Bryant wrote: ]
> Subject: OpenSource CVS-related project Needs Developers!
> Please take a look and email address@hidden if you are interested.
> We are trying to get the project underway and a version out by the end of
> the year.

Why don't y'all just learn to use Emacs and its PCL-CVS front-end to CVS?


Even if your fingers are programmed with VI keystrokes don't let that be
a deterrent to you -- Emacs has a perfectly usable VI emulation....

Then if you find there's some feature you'd like that's not in PCL-CVS
it can maybe be added without too much fuss.

Using Emacs with PCL-CVS for coding and version control is, IMNSHO,
better than many of the so-called "integrated development environments"
I've seen out there over the years.....

Using Emacs also means that your programmers are already trained to use
the same tools they can use in a GUI environment too -- Emacs works fine
in X11 and is easy for X11 users to use.

                                                                Greg A. Woods

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