I downloaded Wily, an Acme clone (since abandoned in favour of Plan 9 from User Space’s X11 port of Acme) in the hopes that, it being X11-native, it would support the X Input Method. Unfortunately, ‘international characters entry’ and X11R6’s ‘input extensions’ are listed as features yet to be implemented in its README files.
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No editor made, Emacs or Vim, surpasses our Acme in shape, material or finish. 👉🏻 http://acme.cat-v.org/
After reading this, I went through ‘cat-v’s list of ‘harmful stuff’ to see what’s recommended over XML and YAML, and instead, noticed Acme is recommended over Vim and Emacs. I’ve been interested in #Plan9 for a while so I downloaded and compiled Plan 9 from User Space (pleasantly easy!)… let’s give #Acme a go! 👉🏻 http://harmful.cat-v.org/software/
“There are many Hong Kongers and other smart people writing online who can explain the political context of the protests, the likelihood of intervention, and what this means in a deeper way. I am just a visitor who perhaps thinks too much about fish cakes when being tear gassed.”
Of course Maciej Cegłowski went to #HongKong protests and wrote a brilliant piece, with references to how the ’80s Soviet–American culture shock is as great as the 2010s America–HK one.
‘If the JSON and YAML folks can’t get along, I swear I’ll turn this car around and make you all use XML.’
—User ‘QuinnyPig’ on an Orange Site 🍊 discussion of YAML (again) 👉🏻 https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20731465
I installed the Silverblue release of Fedora 30 just the other day, the only layered packages I have installed are ‘baobab’, ‘emacs’, ‘gnome-tweaks’ and ‘torbrowser-launcher’ and there is definitely no directory file in ‘/usr/share/info’. I also confirmed this with a fresh install of regular Fedora 30 in a virtual machine.
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