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the IDEs of March

2024-03-04 21:13:34.624737+01 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

RT fraggle @fraggle@octodon.social

A reminder to everyone to stay safe and only use basic text editors this month. Beware the IDEs of March

A reminder that I should probably figure out how to get LSP-mode for Emacs configured...

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#Comment Re: the IDEs of March made: 2024-03-05 00:02:44.777121+01 by: John Anderson

If you upgrade to Emacs 29, `eglot-mode` is built-in now, and is (IMO, anyway) much easier to get going than `lsp-mode` is.

#Comment Re: the IDEs of March made: 2024-03-05 19:29:51.380464+01 by: Dan Lyke

Oooh, good to know!

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