[plug] vim wars
shayne at guild.murdoch.edu.au
Mon May 30 12:58:27 WST 2005
Can I be on the token "nano rules" team? Call me a spoiler or something.
"1 2 3 4 Usability is who I'm rooting for!"
Then theres also that nutty editor in MC that also shows up in mutt (I
think) , and heck, Joe is AWFULLY nice in that nifty oldskool wordstar
Yeah. I'm a bit amorous with the minority teams.
But then again, Emacs can read email.
I wish a robot would get elected president. That way, when he came to
town, we could all take a shot at him and not feel too bad.
- Jack Handey (And now, Deep thoughts)
On Mon, 30 May 2005, Daniel J. Axtens wrote:
> Sign me up for the get a life team. Not sure I would actually be able
> to make it to a battle night, however.
> Actually, what really annoys me is when I get used to using nano, then
> switch to emacs for syntax highlighting or for some other reason and
> then type ^O to save (which inserts a newline), or when I type ^X in
> nano, expecting to be able to save by typing ^S (when it actually
> quits nano).
> BTW, I should be able to get a bartog over IRC game working soon.
> Then, it can be fought out over the internet for free, anytime! If
> anyone has experience writing Xchat plugins, it would be much
> appreciated: I'm having troubles with the API and could use some help.
> On 5/30/05, Matthew Lambie <mlambie at thefrontiergroup.com.au> wrote:
> > On Sun, 2005-05-29 at 22:42 +0800, tim.bowden at westnet.com.au wrote:
> > > Rules: If you play, and are on the winning team, you can claim your
> > > favourite editor is the best without having to justify your claim.
> > > If you loose, you have to acknowledge the superiority of the winning
> > > team's editor whenever you recommend your own choice for the next 12
> > > months. Sound fair?
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