> while doing php.
I found your problem
(02-10-2016, 07:13 PM)RX14 Wrote: ALways vim, or an IDE with vim bindings. I use vim/gvim on desktop for generic text editing.
When i need a little more, I reach for the nearest jetbrains IDE as I find them vastly superior to the rest, and because of the awesome IdeaVIM plugin, which is really well done.
My dotfiles are on github here, if anyone wants to look at my vimrc/setup
(03-22-2016, 06:49 PM)Azertify Wrote: I used to use vim for everything, but I've seen the light and I've gone head first into emacs, which is now my text editor, mail client, news reader, and (!) twitter client.
I was pretty astonished at how many things let you use emacs keybinds. Like safari for OS X lets you use the keybinds in text input. After seeing other people edit with emacs I've realised that learning it isn't just learning to use an incredible text editor, but learning to be more efficient at the keyboard in almost everything you do. So for me, that's made it worth learning.
I also use IntelliJ when I edit Java. Its not amazing, but its probably the best for Java. In general, I do like the JetBrains IDEs, though I wouldn't mind being free of them.