My Favorite Command Line Editors for Linux – What’s Your Editor?

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Marin Todorov

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8 Responses

  1. BPie says:

    now one can say vi/vim/nvim :)

  2. Aris Ripandi says:

    Still loving nano, but now i try to use micro

  3. Anders Jackson says:

    I like the concept of the editor wily though. Only works in Grafical mode, as it relies heavily on chords on the mouse. You must have a three button mouse…
    But otherwise I prefer Emacs, both in text and graphical mode. And the key bindings in Bash are the same as in Emacs.

  4. Irving says:

    I prefer Vi, but I’m biased given that I prefer it for all editing.

  5. iniabasi says:

    Very enlightening and educative article

  6. Jalal Hajigholamali says:

    vim is a lovely editor….
    if vim disappear from Linux, I will change my job

  7. Jalal Hajigholamali says:

    Thanks a lot…
    very useful article…

  8. MasCk says:

    definitely VI. Unlimited online resources and tutorials to boost productivity and customize it to your needs. I learn new tricks every single day. Thus I don’t want to give emacs a try…Good article tho

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