Computing, Maths, Science
[from Enrico Franchi]
Assuming they've all been already ported to the new version, that development hasn't stopped in the meantime, etc.Not to mention how much more fun it is to do it from behind a download limiting proxy.
This is actually the best part! I really do not understand why there is not a "self update" function like that of Firefox (which faces similar problems, in principle).Even though that wasn't possible for reasons unfathomable to me, basically maven has all the functionality needed to make the whole thing working just re-obtaining the plugins (when possible).Of course the proxy thing would just break the system (as it does now) and not updated plugins could also break. But at least when everything is fine, things would just be easy.On the other hand, Erlide was the easiest erlang environment to setup (compared to both vim and emacs). They required both a bit of fiddling on my part to have the manuals working, for example. Still, Erlide seems a bit more limited, but still decent.At least Eclipse has Emacs/vim modes.Besides, how's joy of clojure?
Not even started yet :-(
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