Also, I don't have to track my fitness, because I am usually there myself to observe my fitness with my own eyes.
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Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. - Antoine de Saint Exupery
It seems like Gnome devs are aiming for this kind of perfection
I would rather they focus on making things other than JavaShit faster, i try to leave it switched off when I can. I don't use Slashdot 2.0 or Web 2.0 apps so JavaShit speed is pretty much irrelevant to me.
You being the minority exception.
Couple of years passed away since then, and I now absolutely don't want to use Dreamweaver at all. Why? Because I do not create static sites anyway, PHP support is worth shit (no autocomplete, no outlining, etc.), the HTML autocomplete feature just doesn't cut it for me (it works, sort of, but not the way I like it; it doesn't prevent you from introducing not-valid-for-the-doctype attributes, etc.). The only good things, which I do liked was the integrated FTP support (but no version control support of any kind), and the CSS editing mode (I could edit the CSS rule from the HTML file and the modifications were saved in the external CSS file, linked to the HTML file).
And to top it all, it has integrated support for online deployment to the cloud (Aptana Cloud) where you can have a hosting plan and deployment done with a few clicks right from Aptana Studio.
It beats Dreamweaver hands down any minute.
Pohl's law: Nothing is so good that somebody, somewhere, will not hate it.