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Hey /g/ents. Which text editor do you use?

I'm currently using pic related, but I'm looking to switch to something FOSS. Reason being, I use BSD in a lot of environments, and even when Linux emulation is available, Sublime is sometimes buggy with it.

>> No.51139041

Vim.

>> No.51139067

>>51139041
this desu senpai

>> No.51139069
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>>51139020
emacs, vim.

>> No.51139100

>>51139041
> Vim
shit UI

>>51139069
> emacs
Bloated piece of shit

>> No.51139127

>>51139100
>shit UI
it's your setup lol

>> No.51139142

>>51139127
No, it's UI is arcane by design.

>> No.51139155

neovim

>> No.51139186
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51139186

acme

>> No.51139350

>>51139186
0/10

>> No.51139425

nano

>> No.51139864

Bump.

>> No.51139870

>>51139100
>Bloated piece of shit
>uses Sublime

>> No.51139889

>>51139870
It may be bloated, but it's not a piece of shit.

>> No.51139901

>>51139100
you can fix vim's ui easily

set guioptions+=c
set guioptions+=R
set guioptions-=m
set guioptions-=r
set guioptions-=b
set guioptions-=T
set guioptions-=R
set guioptions-=L
set guioptions-=e

>> No.51139960

>>51139901
The fact that I can't even come up with a vague guess as to what those might do, shows how awful its UI is.

>> No.51140551

>>51139960
>what's documentation

>> No.51140594

Libreoffice desu senpai

>> No.51140604

Kate.

>> No.51140622

>>51140551
why do people insist on using single letter flags for things that does not make sense?
These are written to a config file anyway, why not use the long version so it is readable?

>> No.51140628

>>51139960
According to this logic everything that you don't understand is awful.

>> No.51140672

>>51139889
I think sublime has the best addons you could have.

>> No.51140712

notepad.exe
the best one

>> No.51140838

xfce4-terminal + vim with mouse=a for when i get lazy

>> No.51140850

>>51139901
>guioptions
>using gvim

commit seppaku

>> No.51140873

>>51140850
There aren't any good 256 color themes for console bim.

I need my editor to look good.

>> No.51140883

>>51140873
kill yourself

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>>51140883
Not yet.

>> No.51140930

Acme.

>> No.51140948

Notepad++. Sublime is slow as fuck

>> No.51140969

>>51140948
WINDOWS
I
N
D
O
W
S

>> No.51140970
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Atom by GitHub™

>> No.51141080

>>51140970
Atom 1.1 just came out and it is not that bad.

>> No.51141178

>>51141080
Because the thing you really want in a text editor is for it to be unable to keep up with your typing because it's written in AIDS.

>> No.51141265

>>51139020
Use linux then.

>> No.51141318

>not using Vim
>2015
when will you fagits learn?

>> No.51141350

>>51141080
i dont believe you

>> No.51141368

>>51141350
habeeb it

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>>51141318
reminder that many vim users are ricer non-programmers who simply copy someone else's configuration to spew rainbow vomit for desktop threads.

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>>51139020
sublime

>> No.51141461

>>51141401
>many
sure, i'll give you that
but it is the best text editor out there

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>>51141461
Qualify your claim.

>> No.51141508

>>51141476
for one, I do all my text editing on it.
if I need to change multiple files at once, I can.
with ycm, programming on it is way less stressful.
the way vim uses modes (normal, insert, view etc) is very well thought.
you get to help children in Uganda.

>> No.51141560

>>51141508
>for one, I do all my text editing on it.
Truly this makes it the best editor out there.
>if I need to change multiple files at once, I can.
What a unique feature. Can you even view the same buffer at different positions in multiple windows yet?
>the way vim uses modes (normal, insert, view etc) is very well thought.
No it isn't, and modes are not fit for non-line editors. Moded visual editors are clunky, they are not a good idea at all.

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>>51139020

I just changed from Sublime to Atom because I could no longer stand the "PLEASE BUY ME!" pop up every five seconds.

No regrets. Atom is incredibly similar and is actually under active development, unlike Sublime, which has basically been consigned to the graveyard at this point.

>> No.51141607

>>51141581
thought theres not as much development on sublime as I would like, its far from graveyard

http://www.sublimetext.com/3dev

Build 3095
Release Date: 10 July 2015

>> No.51141626

>>51141581
Have you ever tried Googling it?
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=sublime+text+license+key
http://www.etopnet.com/node/13

>> No.51141661

>>51141581
http://limetext.org/

Here you go faggot.

>> No.51141826

anyone use spacemacs? just started taking a look today, but I cant make the line numbers show up. it says I must edit dotspacemacs/config, but that function doesnt exist in the default .spacemacs. when I add it (with the line that makes the linenumbers show up), it doesnt work ;_;

>> No.51141863

>>51141607
>Release Date: 10 July 2015
As I said, it's dead
>>51141626
I'm not a pirate
>>51141661
That looks absolutely disgusting, that logo looks like somebody threw up on the screen

At least the guys at GitHub appreciate good design

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51141896

Is there any way i can set up my sublime text to open my php files in a browser when i build? They need to be in my php directory

>> No.51141928

>>51141896

Use the web server built into PHP.

Open terminal, navigate to the root of your project, and type this:

php -S localhost:8000

Then navigate to localhost:8000 in your browser. Congratulations.

>> No.51142873

how is neovim coming along? is it ready for prime time yet?

>> No.51142900

I use np++
IT'S THE ONLY VIABLE ANSWER
or vim on servers
Or sublime sometimes

>> No.51142908

>>51142873
haha

>> No.51142909

>>51139020

Kate

>> No.51142947

sam for trivial edits, acme for programming.

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