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razing32 Mar 6
I think i should learn Vim and Emacs
Seems they are a lot more powerful and comfortable than i initially thought.
Hamish Mar 6
Nothing special for me, just gedit and nano. I even broke down and installed nano on my Red Hat Linux 7.3 install despite it not exactly being period accurate. You have to pick your battles.
I've recently migrated from neovim (as a long-time vim user) to emacs; & I think I'll stay here, because I've found that I like elisp a *lot* more than lua.

vim, neovim, & emacs have all been adding important features, & improving existing ones lately; so it's an exciting time to explore what each has to offer, & experiment.
dvd Mar 7
Emacs, vim and kate. Work and bigger typing sessions always in emacs.
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