an honest presentation of the facts.
on Slashdot?!? You don't come here very often do you?
Knowledge = Power = Energy = Matter = mass
therefore hard drives get bigger to cope with the increasing amounts of information available these days.
I have collected a lot of random bits of source code In the last 15 years. but now I'm thinking there must be a better way then one huge and unruly folder structure.
Have seen some good snippet management programs (codedepot, Code Warehouse, codekeeper and pysnippet) and some bad ones (too numerous too mention).
But I now looking for something I can:
a) put on a thumb / portable HDD
b) is cross platform
c) has syntax highlighting
d) is easy to keep updated (most important)
so there is my problem. what say the codemonkeys out there in
What apps / methods do you use to keep all of your bits of code manageable?
(for further info on the apps I mentioned please google them but be aware that some may not exist any-longer)"
Let's try to be serious with the posts, okay folks?
Serious on Slashdot? Oh come on we've never been serious, hell most of us don't even RTFA. Are you new here? you are aren't you.
Then it's settled. I'm getting a Commodore instead.
ill go you one better ill get a Commodore 64.
Not if you fit the turbines within the Senate's chambers...
damn that's a lot of hot air right there.