@nergal @Ghosty one nice thing about Emacs, if you don't like the keyset or the stateless (modeled) editing, you can install Evil mode and voila everything you knew before works. I use them both. I just feel wrong doing Lisp in vim, and nothing ng can do syntactical indentation of Lisp like Emacs, because it understands it internally. Love them both.
@nergal @Absinthe The modern and mostly Electron based code editors are really resource hungry. I used to use VS codium out of convenience. But I don't like it's mentality. It tries to be everything. I swear with some configuration I could set up VS codium to replace every tool I use on my Linux setup.
I prefer the idea that one program solves one or at least a small amount problems and not all of them at once :).
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