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I started programming BASIC on an ATARI 800 in 1988. Since then I have programmed in Pascal, C, C++, Java, PHP, HTML, CSS, XHTML.

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comment What is your favourite shell script GUI/CLI editor and why?
the additional questions in the comments regarding "support docs" is kind of vague. I'm unsure if you're referring to "language documentation support for the user" or "source code project documentation for the developer".
Jan
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comment What is your favourite shell script GUI/CLI editor and why?
regarding why autocomplete works sometimes and not others, "autocomplete all words in document" is off by default. you can enable that, and specify the number of characters necessary to trigger autocomplete on the same screen. it's in preferences -> editor [tab on left] -> completions [tab on top]
Jan
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comment What is your favourite shell script GUI/CLI editor and why?
Geany does help with shell scripts. Doc 0.21.1 allows you to implement many different documentation sources for lots of different languages, sh is supported and preconfigured for viewing through man, though entirely customizable. Documentation Generator plugin does support shell. macros are saved between sessions. You can configure snippets, but bash snippets dont exist in my config, thanks for asking, now i need to set'm up! so yes, it helps with shell scripts entirely!
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answered Moving tmux window to pane