GNU Emacs with ``Vigor'' vi-emulation is fast becoming
my favourite text editor. Elisp is the big win here,
letting you customize just about anything you'd like to
about the editor, while Vigor emulation keeps your fingers
on home row most of the time.
Emacs also integrates quite closely with any revision
control system you're interested in (and if it doesn't, it's
about to: see ``Elisp'', above).
And then there's iLisp. Mmm.... Every Perl programmer
should know at least a little bit of Lisp, if only to be
able to use map properly.
Still awfully bloated, though... even without GUI
components compiled in, my emacs executable weighs in at
around 4 megs.
Found a typo in this node? /msg me
The hell with paco, vote for Erudil!
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