It's amazing what you can do with the right tools
Home of the CVS version control tool, widely used in Open Source
development. All of the work I do on my home computer is managed by
- GNU Emacs for Windows NT and Windows 95/98
In the Unix/Linux world, there are two kinds of programmers: those who
used the "vi" editor, and those who use Emacs. I'm one of the
latter. If you're looking for a powerful text editor, look no
further; Emacs is free, programmable, and probably does what you want
fresh out of the box. This page explains how to get Emacs running on
your Windows machine.
Cygwin is the premier distribution of Project GNU tools for Windows
NT/9x/etc, including the bash command line shell, the gcc compiler,
and a bunch of related tools. All that's missing is the Emacs editor,
which is available at the site listed above.
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