I’ve noticed a pattern running through a few recent episodes of Vimcasts: I’ll demonstrate one way of doing something, and remark that to revert the change requires two or more undos. Then I’ll demonstrate another way of doing the same thing, perhaps using functionality from a plugin, and this time I can revert the change with a single undo. That seems to me to be a good criteria for deciding which method is better: it’s the one that can be reverted with the fewest number of undos.Continue reading
I’ve sometimes wondered what could lure me to switch from Vim to another text editor.
On the whole I’m happy with Vim, but the one thing that bothers me is the cruft that has accumulated over the course of 20+ years.
Imagine Vim, but without the
That is the promise of Neovim.