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re: Why is an IDE for Interpreted Languages "Overkill?" VIEW POST

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re: Totally agree, the "fancy vim" setup I was referring to is when someone installs vim plugins or configures cscope to get back what they're missing ...
 

So I like IDEs (or vim plugins if you prefer) for this

Indeed. Computers are inherently much better suited for this kind of thing. It's the same reason why we have statically typed languages (or in fact any language above byte code), unit tests, CI workflows, and at the end of the day computers themselves: human fallibility is best resolved by taking the human out of the equation, with the added benefit that said human can put their focus and energy to better use.

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