One thing I appreciate about racket-mode in emacs is the more detailed syntax highlighting. I've attached two screenshots of the same code in emacs and DrRacket. I think what's happening here is that racket-mode highlights `for-clause` names and function applications (sometimes?) while DrRacket does not. I might be misunderstanding what I'm looking at. Looking at the two screens, I didn't realize how much DrRacket was highlighting until I tried to describe the differences. Now I've adjusted DrRacket to match my emacs colors and find the code a bit easier to navigate. The default dark colors in DrRacket seem to prefer bolding over color change, which is less distinct to me. I've got to say, though, that unlike most other IDEs (for any language), DrRacket actually does the things it claims to do and isn't a broken mess. On Sun, Nov 26, 2017, at 10:42 AM, Stephen De Gabrielle wrote: > Hi, > > I’ve noticed some list members use other editors or IDE’s. > > I know two big reasons for using a complex tool is it’s stickiness > factors; normally a combination of familiarity (hence speed) with a > lot of powerful features and non-transportable customisation.> > Putting stickiness factors aside, what features in other editors/IDE’s > would you like to see in DrRacket?> > Kind regards, > > Stephen > > > -- > Kind regards, > Stephen > -- > Ealing (London), UK >
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