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

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Marin Todorov

I am a bachelor in computer science and a Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator. Currently working as a Senior Technical support in the hosting industry. In my free time I like testing new software and inline skating.

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16 Responses

  1. Leon says:

    Always use mcedit.

  2. Kantuck Nadie Nata-akon says:

    Just a tiny addition. EMACS is up to 25, so you need to update the command for Mint 17. I’d strongly recommend 25 since there’s a bug in 24 that has caused problems.

  3. Delapouite says:

    Nowadays neovim is solid choice. New contenders like kakoune also offer nice alternatives based on modal editing.

  4. Diego says:

    I also use pico, very usefull ;-)

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