Joshua D. Boyd
rescue at sunhelp.org
Wed Jun 27 14:43:54 CDT 2001
At the time of that I was running back and forth, the man pages weren't
However, since then, I still haven't read the man pages, and don't really
plan to anytime soon. I do now how to edit, save, and quit now, which
should be enough if I ever need it again.
And in the mean time, I'll stick to emacs(C++, python, txt, tex),
edwin(scheme), or squeaks editor (squeak).
If I going to spend time learning things right now, I think it would be
best spent on scheme or squeak.
On Wed, 27 Jun 2001, Amy wrote:
> On Wed, 27 Jun 2001, Joshua D. Boyd wrote:
> > My first memories of VI were using it to fix a crippled red hat machine.
> > Cripple Redhat machine was in one room, windows box with IRC was in
> > another. I was running back and forth getting step by step directions on
> > how to navigate vi to edit the file that needed edited to fix the thing.
> most people who refuse to use vi and like to knock it incessantly are the
> ones who also never bothered to read the manpages and figure out what end
> is up.
> just another observation.
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