Re: Considerations for lilo removal
Bernd Zeimetz <email@example.com>:
> > Geez. You guys get this wrong all the time. The right tool for the
> > right job! If you think vi(m) / emacs would be best at it, rock on.
> > It's all up to you.
> No. Even if emacs would be better, you should use vim.
Editor zealotry, so '80s.
> > Me, I use both of the real true editors, and enjoy them for their
> > respective strengths.
> That's evil!
Q.E.D. Say, maybe it's evil to even converse with an emacs user.
That makes YOU evil too! You dirty unwashed thing, you.
> > And as apps go, emacs isn't the bloated hawg it once was. That's kde
> > and gnome now. Though (g)vim's attempting to get there too.
> KDE is to gome like vim is to emacs.
Use Fluxbox, and you'll have plenty left for emacs. I'll never use
those two again.
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