posted by Jonathan at
3/02/2006 05:29:00 PM
Ooh cool, I was kinda hoping to bump into TextMate but didn't find it yet *g*Got this when voting for ConTEXT though: Uncaught XN_Exception: Failed to save content:XN_Content: id  createdDate [2006-03-03T01:25:49Z] updatedDate [2006-03-03T04:18:12Z] type [Stuff] title [ConTEXT] description  tagCount  contributorName [JonathanAquino] ownerName [EditorWars] ownerUrl [EditorWars] isPrivate [false] my attributes [  lost751220 : 2 : number  won751311 : 1 : number  lost751148 : 4 : number  won751176 : 2 : number  lost751232 : 7 : number  won751158 : 3 : number  lost751237 : 1 : number  lost751222 : 5 : number  won751217 : 5 : number.. and on it goes for a while.
By Peter Cooper, at 3/02/2006 8:28 PM
Hi Peter - heh - TextMate is definitely in there somewhere :-)Bummer about the error. I shall report it.
By Jonathan, at 3/02/2006 8:32 PM
Hi, I like that comparison. I was always looking for such an overview. But I am wondering, why you put eclipse and idea IntelliJ into the war. Some how they are all terrain vehicles in comparison to one-person sports cars like scite :)I like Scite most. Contains actually all functionallty besides automatic look-up for changes on files by third parties. However... I appreciate for your cool Blog... all interesting!
By Theodor Foerster, at 3/03/2006 5:02 AM
I tried cloning it, http://anarchogeek.com/articles/2006/03/03/really-quick-web-development-ning-travel-wars-experimentand i created thishttp://travelwars.ning.com/But in 10 minutes of futzing, i wasn't able to modify much.... oh well, back to rails hacking, it was fun and fast though...
By Rabble, at 3/03/2006 5:33 PM
Hi Theodor - Yeah SciTE is pretty cool - nice and fast.Rabble - Thanks for giving it a try! Actually there are a couple of Ning apps I've done that are very Rails-ish - quite proud of them actually - http://bayareahikingtrails.ning.com, http://marketplace.ning.com, http://cstv.ning.com
By Jonathan, at 3/03/2006 5:55 PM
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