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Don Box wrote:
> I and most of my friends use Emacs. The NT version has been pretty
> stable for at least a year
Er, many years. Also, Windows emacs is better than *n*x emacs because
there is *no confusion* over which keys are backspace/delete, and no
escape sequences, and the names for F-keys and so on never change. I
haven't changed my .emacs on windows for years and years, and I have to
fiddle with it on linux/unix systems whenever I change terminal
emulators or versions or look away from the screen too long. (Oooh, I'm
gonna get flamed).
>, and the built-in SGML mode has proven more
> than functional (for me at least).
And if you don't like it you can write your own; lots of us have. -Tim