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Old 09-11-2009, 11:11 AM
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I am so tired and bored by 45 vs 9mm, AR15 vs Mini 14, Glock vs SIG threads that I thought it might prove refreshing to resurrect the one true original argument that never fails to arouse strong feelings. Gentlemen, let's have an old school discussion!

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I like the eMac but you're talking about some rather old hardware there.
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Both have their inadequacies, but I use vi mainly. I'll use ported emacs (Aquamacs Emacs) under OS X just for some of the coding features.
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I may be old, but I go with the flow, give me COLORS vim baby !!!!


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I like vi as well.
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I use vi because it's installed by default on 99% of all machines out there that I end up using.

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I had a friend who claimed vi was 'the only text editor brain dead on all terminals'.

emacs, OTOH, is an operating system that happens to allow you to edit text.

Me? I'm partial to the EDT emulator of VAX/VMS TPU.
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Speedscript 3.2, with the optional patches! Sadly, no one else I know shares my enthusiasm for 8-bit text editors.

Seriously, wordgrinder is the closest thing I've found to it, and that's a recent discovery.

That having been said, I use vi/vim for pretty much everything.

If emacs were to feel as responsive as memacs did on the Amiga, I probably would've gone that route on Linux. But, it just wasn't.
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Boy that's from a long time ago. I'm partial to EMACS, what I first used when I entered MIT where I think it was developed, written in LISP of all languages. And vi came from Berkeley as part of BSD Unix. I learned vi mostly by playing Rogue. I'm going attribute any vi favoritism on this forum to home field advantage.

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I mainly use vi/vim, haven't had the need for emacs for ages. Anything ships with vi, anyway, no matter how scaled down it is.

Nice to see someone still remembers LISP...
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vi of course.
I hate using those contrl-x, contrl-c, contrl-whatever in emacs.
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The original text for the man card was written with vi.

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Oh, no.... Not again - emacs-vi war crawling into Calguns :-( It's not refreshing - it's so old and stale as... well.. as .45 vs 9mm
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Oh, no.... Not again - emacs-vi war crawling into Calguns :-( It's not refreshing - it's so old and stale as... well.. as .45 vs 9mm
Ok, then let's bring in some less stale wars.

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Crimson Trace vs Lasermax! - wait, that's not a war, that's just an embarrassing smackdown on Lasermax...
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You gotta be kidding.

emacs, xemacs, and Epsilon - www.lugaru.com . vi is like using lynx.
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Agreed. emacs or xemacs.

It's just too ingrained in the brain after all these years to switch to vi. Like a few, I started with emacs on BSDi far too long ago and it's always been the go-to editor. Usually about the second or third item installed from port when I build a *bsd box for giggles these days...


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emacs, xemacs, and Epsilon - www.lugaru.com . vi is like using lynx.
Yep - Lynx is an awesome way to browse 2A forums in non-2A-friendly workplaces. Don't diss it, particularly since you can ctrl-e, IIRC, in textarea fields to shell out to VI (or $editor_of_choice of course)

Oh wait, that was supposed to be a point AGAINST vi?
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I must admit I didn't think of using Lynx for that - or for that matter - even knew Lynx was still around. I think I will try it out to see how many sites it actually still works with.

Kind of analogous to texting when you can simply call....
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I know I already said vi, but that's just for quick and dirty edits. It's fast, efficient, and installed on every system I've ever seen no matter it's age or POSIX OS.

However, for an IDE I'm gonna have to roll down the Netbeans path...
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Seriously, vi.
I laughed out loud when I read this - haven't thought of edlin in maybe ~ 1 decade????
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I new people who were using vi to write and edit books.
and e and ed ...

Of course, there was always roff, troff, and runoff for your book text formatting.
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ouch....one wrong turn on the forum and I get sucked into this geeky stuff....

I preferred emacs. This was for a 2 quarter FORTRAN class, and vi just didn't click with me.
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I remember I used to have to walk to work - up hill, both ways - and when I got there I had to program in binary, using only '0's because we couldn't afford '1's.

For experts, especially complex programming projects where one needs things like subroutine call parameters out of an extensive library, vi is just marvellous, really powerful.

For more duffer-like folks such as I, emacs and some of the other visual text editors, as opposed to programming editors, is more the way we're used to thinking.

Who wants to enter 'i' before starting to type? It's not hard or anything, but changing states in the editor kind of breaks my train of thought.
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vi vs. emacs? Here? When did Calguns become some sort of unholy hybrid of guns and some of my other socially unappealing interests?!?

Hey, someone who remembers EDT. I seem to recall spending quite a few happy hours using it and a programmer's derivative called, I think eve.

I still remember the gold and blue keys. Just like ctrl/meta in emacs....

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