[bf1942] Off Topic Admin Question
jesse at openflows.org
Fri Jul 25 17:23:17 EDT 2003
then of course there is the basic text editor, "pico" or "nano" which make
it really easy to configure software on a linux server. i mean vi and
emacs are great, but for newbs, pico and nano are great alternatives.
On Fri, 25 Jul 2003, Andreas, Fredriksson wrote:
> I use vim exclusively for all programming, I actually switched from
> emacs to vi because it felt like I finally "came home".
> It must hurt a bf-playing emacs users to hear that the parts of the
> code were written in vi. :-D
> But I agree that teaching vi to users not really interested in editors
> is more work than making a web frontend to ServerSettings.con :-)
> IIRC there are several frontends readily available already.
> // Andreas
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kenneth Porter
> To: BF1942 Server List
> Sent: 7/25/2003 11:06 PM
> Subject: Re: [bf1942] Off Topic Admin Question
> --On Friday, July 25, 2003 01:19:45 PM -0500 Lee Latham
> <leeprivate at cgmlarson.com> wrote:
> > Teaching people vi against their will is not too rewarding...been
> > done that!
> Ick. I can never remember how to get out of vi when I've somehow
> accidentally started it. I'm exclusively an Emacs user. :D (Actually, I
> mostly use Lugaru Epsilon, an Emacs clone for other platforms that's now
> been ported to Linux and BSD. http://www.lugaru.com/)
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