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vi vs emacs vs pico
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: vi vs emacs vs pico
- From: Leif Pedersen <bilbo_(_at_)_hobbiton_(_dot_)_org>
- Date: Wed, 22 Sep 1999 19:40:55 -0500 (CDT)
Why do we use vi? It's impossible to figure out (at least I can't...and
I have tried) and pico seems so easy to use... I don't want to start a
debate, but I just have to wonder what the craze is over vi and emacs.
Pico is the second thing I install after bash, and pine seems to be quite
nice too. Emacs is so big...I don't see the benefit...?
On Wed, 22 Sep 1999, George Dodd wrote:
> ksh command line editing:
> # export EDITOR=/usr/bin/vi <-- Can also be Emacs, but I dont use it
> # <Command goes here>
> # <Hit ESC minus>
> # Now use the vi keys (h,j,k,l) to repeat a command or move around
> Also, I think I have a ksh for dummies text around here somewhere... If I
> find it Ill email it to you.
> George Dodd
> On Wed, 22 Sep 1999, Majestic One wrote:
> > Hello!
> > How would I begin writing man pages?
> > Some time ago Theo de Raadt made a comment about ksh being superior to
> > bash. Beeing a bash man i tried ksh out but have yet to discover the
> > command line editing.
> > So half of my question is how do I get command line editing in ksh?
> > And the other half is how would I write a man page/man page update or
> > should I simply write a .txt "KSH for the stupid"?
> > /Mj1
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