[GNC-dev] A little hint for xcode usage (scheme)

jean laroche ripngo at gmail.com
Sun Mar 8 20:41:07 EDT 2020

I'm familiar with bbedit and emacs but how do you handle breakpoints? 
That's the part I'm not familiar with. I know how to do it in xcode.

iTerm2 is awesome, I really like it.

On 3/8/2020 5:21 PM, Mike Alexander wrote:
> On 8 Mar 2020, at 19:41, John Ralls wrote:
>> For my part I seldom use Xcode at all. I use emacs for editing and do 
>> the builds in a terminal window (I use iTerm2 rather that Terminal).
> That works too.  Back when I developed code for Windows and Unix as 
> well as Mac I used XEmacs for everything, including my shell 
> environment.  Now that I'm basically Mac only, and XEmacs is dead, I 
> use BBEdit and XCode.  The BBEdit worksheet is unusual (much like the 
> old MPW worksheet if you're old enough to remember that) but I like 
> it.  BBEdit is a bit like [X]Emacs: it's an environment, not just an 
> editor.
>         Mike
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