On 3/3/14 5:40 PM, Björnke von Gierke wrote:

I'l try to poke around a bit, I hoped someone already knew this problem :-/

Less likely these days. With the rapid rate of change in the LC engine and the improved stability of the LC IDE in recent years, most of us have migrated our effort from attempting to maintain a relevant alternative IDE to simply porting any unique tools for compatibility with the LC IDE.

There's still arguably a role for a lean IDE like MC as a test bed for discerning whether a given issue encountered in LC is in the engine or the IDE. But given the many enhancements in the engine, attempting to maintain MC as a productive alternative delivered a lower ROI than simply moving the things we like about it into LC.

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