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Re: [ide-dev] Beware MSFT bullshit
- From: Aleksandar Kurtakov <akurtako@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2017 14:14:02 -0400 (EDT)
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----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mickael Istria" <mistria@xxxxxxxxxx>
> To: ide-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Wednesday, 22 March, 2017 7:36:55 PM
> Subject: Re: [ide-dev] Beware MSFT bullshit
> On 03/22/2017 06:31 PM, Aleksandar Kurtakov wrote:
> Well, Kwrite/kate has a really nice feature that is exactly about that [see
> attached screenshot]. What it does is showing you all available highlight
> languages and allowing you to install/update(if there are newer versions),
> it's quite handy.
> Do VSCode, TextMate, Atom have it too?
No idea, I don't use these.
> Did you happen to
> look at this window in the past, or is it the first time you look at it.
I have been heavy KDE user in the past and relied on this feature for years but this is not statistically representative for the usefulness of the feature :).
> I'm not really questioning how useful this feature is per so, I'd just like
> to make sure it's something users do actually use before putting effort in
> that direction.
> Mickael Istria
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