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VIM Normalization

Linux users–including the ones at the Hackaday underground bunker–tend to fall into two groups: those that use vi and those that use emacs. We aren’t going to open that debate up again, but we couldn’t help but notice a new item on GitHub that potentially negates one of the biggest complaints non-vi users have, at least for vim which is the most common variant of vi in use on most modern systems. 39 more words

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VIM Normalization

Linux users–including the ones at the Hackaday underground bunker–tend to fall into two groups: those that use vi and those that use emacs. We aren’t going to open that debate up again, but we couldn’t help but notice a new item on GitHub that potentially negates one of the biggest complaints non-vi users have, at least for vim which is the most common variant of vi in use on most modern systems. 229 more words

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Race Report: NYRR Queens 10K, June 17, 2017

by Paul Thompson (photographer Shamala was off duty)

I went into this event with trepidation – about whether I could get there and once there whether I could race well. 1,476 more words

Running

Why I switched back to Sublime Text after using Vim and Emacs?

Many of guys confuse in choosing the best editor or IDE for programming. A similar thing happened with me. I am a PHP programmer and I started programming with Notepad++ and it was my favorite editor till I switched to Ubuntu. 452 more words

Emacs

Using emacsclient to Speed up Editing

When using a typical graphical text editor like gedit it is expected to be able to quickly open files from your file manager and make edits. 858 more words

Comint Intercept: Combine shell/eshell/term mode

This is another Emacs package I developed recently to make my life better.

https://github.com/hying-caritas/comint-intercept

Comint Intercept

Why

Intercept the input in comint-mode. This can be used to run eshell command, or run some command in a terminal buffer from the command line in shell buffer. 243 more words

Emacs

Hello World

Table of Contents

this is a test run, byebye.

header 1

yo!

another

hello there

a child

words here

a sibling

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