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Wed Jun 27 14:02:22 CDT 2001
> > The ubiquitous nature of Vi won me over. I can Vi in Solaris, Vim in LInux and
> > even Vim in MS Windows. In fact, with *nix systems I don't have to do a thing
> > to be able to Vi/m. If I want to EMACS (my previous weapon of choice) I have to
> > add software (unless its Red Hat Linux). Its low resource requirements make it
> > attractive too (ever try to EMACS on a crippled system?).
> Had you been using Debian/GNU/Linux (www.debian.org) you could have typed:
> apt-get install emacs
> Thats all!
I just can't get used to BSD derivatives. I'm a sysV kinda guy.
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