Newbie Needing Help
olivares14031 at gmail.com
Mon May 9 20:44:59 UTC 2011
>> There's also ee in the base system, which is good enough for editing
>> configuration files, and is much easier for a casual user. The benefits
>> of vi and emacs are mostly for developers.
> It's not just for software development. I use Vim for writing code, but
> I also use it for writing in English -- professional work on articles,
> development of traditional (non-computer) RPG systems, fiction,
> configuration files, notes to myself, and composing emails (including
> this one).
I have seen vi vs emacs, kde vs gnome, but vim is different from vi correct?
It is dfferent from system to system. There are like different versions
vi and vim is vi improved right?
By the way, I remember a quote:
Hello. My $NAME is ~inigo-montoya. You killed my process. Prepare
to vi. --The Unix's Bride
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