[clug] Text editor

Bryan Kilgallin bryan at netspeed.com.au
Sat Oct 25 07:24:26 MDT 2014

Yes, Eyal:

Ubiquity is a plus. I had been thinking of toying with very-low-spec 
Linux devices.

I could use some help with trying to get my PC and phone on good terms 
with each other....

On 26/10/14 00:16, Eyal Lebedinsky wrote:
> Bryan,
> Yes, we all heard this line. However vi is the most likely editor you 
> will meet on an unfamiliar system.
> Always good to know it.
> For daily use at home, go for whatever floats your boat, other 
> people's opinion does not matter...
> cheers
>     Eyal
> On 25/10/14 23:37, Bryan Kilgallin wrote:
>> I have been learning Vim via vimtutor. As recommended by Rute.
>> Why in the 21st century, use a text-based editor? This reminds me of 
>> using CP/M decades ago on a minicomputer.
> > Is it an exercise in industrial archaeology, like learning to make 
> cast-iron railway lines?


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