IBM developerWorks: A programmer's Linux-oriented setup - Optimizing your machine for your needsMar 25, 2001, 12:44 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Teodor Zlatanov)
[ Thanks to Kellie for this link. ]
"After customizing tcsh, Enlightenment, Eterm, and Emacs for a Java and Perl-oriented programming environment, Teodor shows us the configuration of his desktop in Linux. It is optimized for a Java and Perl programming setup, but doubtless other programmers will find many useful tips."
"A few years ago, I began building my programming environment in UNIX. I'm still not done! What I present here is a snapshot of my environment, but please understand that it is neither finished nor perfect. You should never stop improving your computing environment. Tinkering is fun, and you will probably learn something new in the process."
"All the errors are mine, but I owe thanks to the many people who have helped me over the years. (There are too many to name.) If it weren't for their help, in person and on newsgroups, I wouldn't be writing the following article."
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