re: Exploring Vim VIEW POST


I've made a few casual threats to learn Vim before. The ubiquity argument is a good one, but it wasn't enough to get me to put in the effort. And then I needed a replacement editor at the office. I'm an Emacs user, I like Emacs, I'd prefer Emacs, but I can't use it at work for reasons that are dumb. Vim seems like a viable option I think. If it doesn't work out then I guess I'll have to give VS Code a try. Although that's going to leave me with many of the same problems I have now.


Try it out, have some patience and you may fall in love :D

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