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Nicolas LEHUEN wrote:
> Anyway, was does matters is that there is a great, great difference between
> a glorified editor with all the feature that you want (graphical editing,
> etc.) and an editor that may not have bell and whistles but which goes a
> step further by "understanding" the structure of your code, providing code
I wonder what you think of Henry Thompson's XED, which enforces
well-structuredness at all times, but still presents a basically
text-editor view of the world.
I have often wished that it came with a "tidier" that would take
non-WF documents and force them to be WF to start with by completing
tags, even if incorrectly.
John Cowan <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.reutershealth.com
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