@artieleach Vim's modular editing is the quickest way to edit and move around files I've used, and I prefer doing all development work in the terminal.
But yes, we're mostly pretending. That message was Vimspeak for "you can use % to jump between brackets". I might have overdone it with the backticks. 😬
So, what's your favorite editor?
@jkreeftmeijer Nano, of course! Nah I use a lot of Atom and Pycharm. I get that in theory it's faster to use keyboard shortcuts/the terminal for everything, but that doesn't really work for me. it makes everything feel like one file rather than separate entities, if that makes sense.
@artieleach ha, I literally can't open, edit and save a file in Nano.
My whole setup is basically tmux in a terminal with Vim as my editor. tmux allows for windows and tabs to be able to keep projects and files separate.
Used Atom for a bit, too, by the way. Loved its plugins and actually-sane defaults.
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