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Re: Updating the homepage

From: Nick Roberts
Subject: Re: Updating the homepage
Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2007 12:46:53 +1300

 > The paragraphs that just enumerate features and changes in no
 > particular order might be better presented as bulleted lists.

 > I suggest something like the following.

I think this is a big improvement in structure, although I'm not sure about
use of the passive.  I would put:

 > |  - Emacs can be built with GTK+ widgets, and supports
 > |    drag-and-drop operations on X.

at the start, as it involves configuration.

 > |  - The Grand Unified Debugger (GUD) can be used with a
 > |    full graphical user interface to the backend debugger;
 > |    this provides many features found in traditional
 > |    development environments, making it easy to manipulate
 > |    breakpoints, add watch points, display the call stack, etc.
 > |    Breakpoints are visually indicated in the source buffer.

Actually this is only really true for GDB.  Other debuggers like perldb, pdb,
jdb etc work pretty much as before, apart from having a toolbar.

Nick                                           http://www.inet.net.nz/~nickrob

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