Vi vs. Emac. The epic battle

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Which side do you represent? (repost urged from fellow Fedora Design Team members)






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6 thoughts on “Vi vs. Emac. The epic battle

  1. Greg DeKoenigsberg says:

    Who is this “E-Mac” you speak of?

  2. Peter says:

    Indeed, who is he?
    Anyway – it is Vim

  3. Ben C says:

    That first gang sign is a bit…shocking.

  4. tw2113 says:

    Yes, I realize that the one I used a couple years ago(this is a REpost afterall) is quite close to another, more sexual, hand gesture. However, the difference does exist with finger position. Above, they are separated to form a V, and would not be an effective use for the other gesture. With that said, could we leave the comments tying the two together alone?

  5. Vim, although I’d probably use Emacs if it had native vim key bindings

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