[TxMt] Re: Duke Nukem Foverer has a release date, does Textmate 2?
oshybrid at gmail.com
Sat Sep 11 23:50:20 UTC 2010
UltraEdit is Probably "The Flagship" text editor of Windows machines. And
if not, it is certainly the first runner up.
UEStudio is a great, light weight IDE too, if they ever port that to the Mac
UltraCompare is a good text and hex file comparison program. But ExamDiff
Pro is, in my opinion, much better. In many ways ExamDiff Pro is close to
being like the OS X program "Delta Walker"
On Sat, Sep 11, 2010 at 3:39 PM, Hao Yuhan <yuhanhao at gmail.com> wrote:
> It seems that a highly respected Win text editor is coming to mac. Any one
> has some idea on UltraEdit?
> On Sat, Sep 11, 2010 at 2:22 PM, Piero D\'Ancona <pierodancona at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Thomas Bohn <thbohn at ...> writes:
>> > 2010/9/11 Erik Álvarez Vázquez <edav at ...>:
>> > > The subject is clear enough, jaja
>> > Come on, TM2 wasn't even on the top spot of the vaporware list yet.
>> Guys, you're not helping. It's a quantum thing. You observe it,
>> you push the release date forward.
>> Seriously. I think Allan really plans to ship out something,
>> at some point, and in all evidence the task is not that easy,
>> takes longer than originally planned, and generates some
>> conflict. Like a 'is it really worth it' conflict. My feeling is
>> that he does not need additional motivation from us, and
>> I greatly prefer he is happy and happily working on what
>> he feels important. Good things usually come out from
>> that state of mind
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