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    CGA reviews JED text editor

    JED uses Emacs key bindings *;D

    JED uses Emacs key bindings *???

    JED uses Emacs key bindings *>

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    8) Vim *8)

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    vim

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    JED uses Emacs key bindings ;D

    JED uses Emacs key bindings ???

    JED uses Emacs key bindings >

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    8) Vim 8)
    What the? I thought you were a Vim-hater and Nedit-lover? Did you get Vimified over night?

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    vim
    And may I add

    8) VIM 8)

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    What the? I thought you were a Vim-hater and Nedit-lover? Did you get Vimified over night?
    Actually I was big Vim-er for quite some time, then decided to try and find something else, liked NEdit, then got tired of it and tried JED, then realized that Vim is the way to go.

    So it's more like I came to my senses.

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    cga, I'm glad you're back. A year ago, I had a similar path: I left vim for Emacs, then jed, but I came back to vim.

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    Well, strange as this may seem, I think I prefer NEdit after all. At least when in X. I find to be very easy to use and powerful enough for me. I don't know, I suspect I'll have to walfle back and forth some more, but when I fired it up again tonight to do some LaTeX editing, well, it is just fast ans simple.

    I've got nothing against Vim, but I may not be smart enough to use it.

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    Weird. One could imagine that you'd use at least gvim when you're in X.

    How about Cooledit? Have any of you tried it? I have it installed and it seems nice, but I still prefer vim or gvim.

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    Weird. One could imagine that you'd use at least gvim when you're in X.

    How about Cooledit? Have any of you tried it? I have it installed and it seems nice, but I still prefer vim or gvim.
    I like mcedit over Cooledit. I have never really liked gvim all that much, but have not tried it in a while.

    NEdit seems to do everything I need and yet manage to very simple to use, so it sure has an appeal. Vim is very impressive, but I still have a problem with the mode thing.

    Who knows? I'll play with NEdit some more and see how it goes.


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