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Emacs:
  • Auto-indent: yes if configured, else with TAB
  • Incremental search: yes
  • Branket matching: yes
  • Folding: I didn't know that is is possible with emacs
  • Debugger: yes
  • Stepping: yes
  • Breakpoints: yes
  • Watches: yes
  • Interactive shell: yes
  • Code snippets: yes if configured, also automatically when a new file is created (auto-insert) dependend on file ending or whatever
  • Control version: yes
  • Multidocument: yes (not the classic MDI, but recursively split screen horizontally and vertically and change sizes of windows)
  • Split view: yes
  • Web/FTP: yes, you can use it as ftp-client and as primitive webbrowser (XEmacs is a little bit better)
  • Linux/MacOSx/Windows/Solaris: yes and many more
  • PHP/Python/Ruby/Tcl/HTML/SQL: yes
  • Different settings for different users

Best regards,
perl -e "s>>*F>e=>y)\*martinF)stronat)=>print,print v8.8.8.32.11.32"


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