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Fossidarity OP wrote

I'm a big Vim user myself, I've been using it for some years now and recently I've switched to NeoVim.

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bea wrote

nano for absolutely everything

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Freux wrote

Currently emacs with evil-mode.

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Fossidarity OP wrote

How does it compare to using straight vim? What made you choose emacs?

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Freux wrote

Having numbered lines were making neovim extremely slow when scrolling. That's it really, I like emacs built-in package installation though. Overall it's bloated and surprisingly slow with copy/pasting and opening files. Been looking at kakoune but I had a hard time configuring it.

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Fossidarity OP wrote

Oh I never had any problems with this, what setting do you use in vim? I use:

set number
set relativenumber
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Freux wrote

I can't remember exactly, set number, a few plugins and that was about it. At first I thought it was the plugins but nope, just the "set number". I don't remember having problem before so it might has been a version that had the bug and they fixed it.

At the same time it led me to try something else, as long as i have vim-keybinding I'm happy.

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surreal wrote

Vim as IDE/editor with 300mb plugins

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basin wrote

Emacs. Vim is a trash heap.

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4X3L wrote

Emacs, with minimal configuration. I am not picky about my text editor. I just want something that allows me to split windows and switch between files easily which emacs allows me to do.

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Cheeks wrote

nano for quick edit work.

vim if its a bit more involved.

sublime if its bigger project work

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zzuum wrote

As a non computer scientist, I use Spyder for python and Rstudio for... Yeah.

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xxi wrote

Just vim. And a shell with cat and redirection for here documents.

Okay, the last part is blatant lie, have played around with that concept for fun though. I like vim. Vim made me a better person. Also: vivivi. pretty metal if you ask me.

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project_brief wrote

Visual Studio Community for C# and C++

Visual Studio Code for web and Python

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