Why is it so good /g/?
Is there an equivalent that surpasses it on GNU/Linux ?
Been working on /Fedora/ for while, getting the hang of it, and I installed EMACS, the problem is I've been using notepad++ almost all of my Uni years and it feels so alien to use Emacs all of a sudden.
It's certainly different, but you get used to it. You don't even have to use most of the keybindings if you don't want to. There's also CUA mode which makes Emacs use some more traditional keybindings for cut/paste/etc.
Basically just learning how buffers work and how to download packages is sufficient to scrape by. There are a lot of tutorials.
>X is better
>Just fucking try, you piece of shit!
You never debated with anyone who wasn't a pothead, did you? There actually is some merit to Sublime 3 like great highlight glow.
No clue, I don't code in Windows. Sublime does this glow around the highlight, I never actually tried coding with that so maybe it's just a nice gimmick that actually doesn't help and distracts. For stuff like HTML it might be nice.
The smart highlight works like this: when you highlight a word, it highlights all the words like it in the page. Makes it easier to detect variables when searching for flags in your scripts.
What do you personally do when a project is command line centric? Do you spend the time to make a project for it, or do you maintain working knowledge of manual toolchains and editors? Just curious.