Johxz wrote:chriscalef wrote:WAAAT??
There's a TorqueScript package for Emacs??? But of course there is. Will be trying that out, thanks for the tip!
I was kidding sorry! https://xkcd.com/378/ did not know that someone used Emacs here good to know!
Anyway... if you really want to use Emacs you can. TorqueScript work very well with C# mode.
You can have a IDE with Emacs. Download the last version of Emacs, Install prelude http://batsov.com/prelude/
Then I recommend to install this for a IDE. My personal opinion, I used this for C++ programming on Linux.M-x package-install RET
cmake-mode (You need to have cmake installed in your OS)
omnisharp (with intellisense) or if you want only a mode you can install csharp-mode.
magit (control Git from Emacs)
So, I think I cover everything to work with Torque 3D from Emacs
Timmy wrote:I have mentioned this in another thread before but atom editor has a package for torque script syntax https://atom.io/packages/language-torquescript . atom is cross platform and opensource too (MIT license).