[Beowulf] Teaching Scientific Computation (looking for the
Peter St. John
peter.st.john at gmail.com
Tue Nov 20 14:59:58 PST 2007
gcc, vi, fvwm, tcsh, sdb. Life is perfect.
I permit emacs, bash etc for those with eccentric tastes.
I would install Eclipse and/or SlickEdit for students :-)
I would never think of dictating the editor unless I were teaching
editors. If they want to do everyting with sed and ex that's fine. A
problem with some IDEs is that they don't permit editor choices.
But I'm not hip with modern freeware IDEs.
On Nov 20, 2007 5:29 PM, Joe Landman <landman at scalableinformatics.com> wrote:
> Nathan Moore wrote:
> > RGB, Thanks for the references. Oh btw, the link to the C projects
> > seems broken.
> Of course, if we wanted to ramp up the noise signal, we could ask what
> editor/IDE one uses while writing, on what distro, ...
> (runs for the hills as he hears the furious sounds of emacs users typing
> hard and fast on their Fedora boxen ...)
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