vi or emacs for editing Python on Linux?

Aahz Maruch aahz at panix.com
Sat Dec 22 04:32:17 CET 2001


In article <slrna27sdn.5ek.grey at teleute.dmiyu.org>,
Steve Lamb  <morpheus at here.not.there> wrote:
>
>    Now, vi is completely different than the WS keyset is.  

Actually, I like vi precisely because it reminds me of WS (yes, I started
with WS on CP/M 2.2), despite having a different layout.  Like WS, but
unlike emacs, the basic cursor control is built on the physical layout of
the keyboard rather than a logical mapping of function name.

PS: I don't remember you being on Netcom.
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