Emacs Colors are driving me crazy!

Bo M. Maryniuck b.maryniuk at forbis.lt
Sat Aug 10 09:52:02 CEST 2002


On Friday 09 August 2002 17:04, . wrote:
> In comp.os.linux.advocacy TuxTrax <TuxTrax at fortress.tuxnet.net> wrote:
> > I *need* emacs.
> No, you dont.  Use vim, 

...EMACS!.. ...VI!.. ...EMACS!.. ...VI!...
...TAB 8 SPACES!!!.. ...TAB 4 SPACES!!!...

> it does the same code-color-code thing as emacs,
> and is smaller, 
You mean smaller on diskspace? There is a reason why Emacs is much bigger than 
VIM. For example, if you hooked by some crappy code, you can run "Doctor" and 
tell him what you think about all of that and dispose your nervous stress. ;) 
But you can't do it in vim. :P

> faster, 
What you mean "faster" in case of editing just plain text?

> and far superior.
Superior... I use Emacs (actually XEmacs) for not too short time and really no 
problem with adding a new feature or so.

-- 
Sincerely yours, Bogdan M. Maryniuck

"Problem solving under linux has never been the circus that it is under
AIX."
(By Pete Ehlke in comp.unix.aix)





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