Re: [PCGenListFileHelp] slightly OT : Text editors
> Got a URL for VIM?
> LST Lemure
> --- "Stephen R. Wilcoxon" <wilcoxon@...>
> > > What are you using guys? I've been using an older
> > editor that I
> > > liked because of its ability to switch from
> > editing by line to
> > > editing by column but it has several(pain in
> > the....) quirks so I'm
> > > thinking of switching so what do you like best and
> > why? does it
> > > handle multiple orientation?
> > Use whatever you're comfortable with. Personally, I
> > use vim for all
> > text editing (at work and home) as it's available
> > for pretty much every
> > platform you could want. Also, someone did work up
> > an .lst syntax file for
> > it (it's in the files area for this group
> > somewhere).
> > Vim is also HIGHLY configurable (there are 100s of
> > options setable), but
> > it should work "out-of-the-box" without any real
> > customization.
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