Hi,I was kidding sorry! https://xkcd.com/378/ did not know that someone used Emacs here good to know!WAAAT??
There's a TorqueScript package for Emacs??? But of course there is. Will be trying that out, thanks for the tip!
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 yasnippet auto-complete auto-complete-c-headers multiple-cursors ecb flycheck cede (built-in) cmake-mode (You need to have cmake installed in your OS) cpputils-cmake 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