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Phil Hagelberg: «rails.el is much more featureful, but in my daily experience most of its features go unused. Rinari is only the stuff that I use day to day. Because of this it's much lighter and easier to maintain, but some people may find that they miss the features that it leaves out. I won't say which is better overall since they are really targeted at different audiences.»
"Dion Almaer is a name you will find 80,700 results for when searching on Google, so it is clear that people know how Dion Almaer is however, let's kick this interview of with, like the shower scene in a slasher movie, the obligatory first question, who is Dion Almaer? ..." --
"...The emacs-starter-kit is a set of base configuration for Emacs. It contains a bnumber of useful elisp libraries, with a slight focus on dynamic languages. To install it, perform the following steps..."
"Emacs is a text editor which is far more powerful than most of its users realize. It can be (1) customized extensively to suit one's needs, (2) automated to save time and reduce tedium, and (3) extended to do virtually anything.
"Steve Yegge's inspiring Emacs post has urged me to finally get my ass in gear and get some work done on maintaining the Rails on Emacs mode. The current emacs-rails mode is available from Rubyforge and I have cloned the current version of it to github at http://github.com/tomtt/emacs-rails/edit ..."