Sun Jan 11 23:19:22 PST 2004
On 12 Jan 2004 Aaron Sherman <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2004-01-08 at 03:42, Jim Richardson wrote:
> > I tried emacs, I try emacs every few months, I stick with vim. Just
> > the way it is I guess.
[because, of course, there aren't enough religio-aesthetic debates here]
> vi on the other hand is a fairly simple, but powerful text editor. It
> does one thing well, and that is to be applauded, but I don't think it
> can be fairly compared to a tool like Emacs.
It occurred to me the other day that's "quilt" is a bit like the vi of
version control systems. I mostly use emacs, but sometimes it's handy
just to fire up vi to quickly edit a file.
quilt can reasonably sit on top of a directory controlled by CVS or
something else, allowing you to keep track of your own patches without
needing to create a repository or have commit access or anything like
I suppose now I've said that, somebody is going to make quilt play
Towers of Hanoi.
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