Miso What's your favorite text editor?
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🤖 Seirdy Neovim. Can be lightweight or can be a full IDE with the language-server protocol and tree-sitter, or anything in between. Scriptable in Lua (with LuaJIT) because VimScript sucks. A keybind lets me edit any textarea in a floating nvim window, including this one.
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🗨️ Keb Sublime Text 4.
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🥝 Mr Sometimes I use atom, I hate it because it's slow to open. Too lazy to change it as I rarely use text editors. Small tweaks are made with native tools as they are fast and effective. (right-click>edit results in TextEdit on MacOS and Notepad on Windows) Documents in full feature software. Software dev in IDE with debugging tools. Vim or nano when I'm on linux as most gui software on linux is god awful.
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🤘 Matthew Emacs, but I can use ed and vi when they're better suited to a given task.
Miso I also use emacs now. Been learning it for the past few month and having lots of fun learning elisp too!
Vincent L. Emacs too... I know enough of vi to quit (without saving) 🤘 But I can use nano when I'm forced to ;)
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😃 Javier my favorite editor[copy paste in your favorite browser url bar] data:text/html, <body contenteditable style="background-color:white;color:black; font: 2rem/1.5 monospace;max-width:60rem color:white ;margin:0 auto;padding:4rem;">
Miso I actually love that! Have you created a bookmark to get to that? Really smart.
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🥝 Mr This is very cool. Can JSON be added to something like this?
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🐓 Mega First thing I've saved on subreply, now I get it.
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Sergiusz Absolutely wonderful in its simplicity
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🏒 Lucian Marin Actually it's nano with all custom settings enabled: autoindent, historylog, linenumbers, softwrap, tabstospaces.
Miso I've never taken the time to learn nano yet, looks like a simple yet powerful editor.