Re: VIM features
email@example.com (dman) writes:
> It does, depending on the environment. If many users of a system have
> used "normal" vi for a long time, and you want to convince them to
> install vim instead, it better behave the way they expect.
Why do people insist on installing 'vim' as 'vi'? It isn't vi, and while I'm
sure it's a perfectly reasonable editor, I've found if fairly disconcerting
when I've stumbled onto a system where vim was masquerading as vi. Why not
just install it as 'vim', use it as 'vim', and be happy?