heh, i think i'll stick with atom you money loving fucking RETARDS
>pressing ESC on every 20th save is to hard for me
I use both. Vim over ssh and for quick edits. Sublime for most everything else.
Sublime can be patched to not have that "unregistered" bullshit, without paying for it. I don't think there are very many Sublime users on /g/ who have actually paid a cent for it.
Strictly speaking, Windows and Photoshop also cost money, but do you know of anyone who actually pays for those that isn't a corporation? I don't.
I'll stick with sublime, but I'll not pay it.
Shame, after using it for so long and enjoying most of its features I really wanted to give something back, but 70 dollaridoos is way too much.
>not using TextMate
I tried Atom because I'm a noob and not willing to invest enough time to use vim yet, but god damn does it have a long start-up time. Is that what our future of apps written in node.js is like?
I've also downloaded GitKraken und while I like the feature set, the start up time is a real downside.
>Is that what our future of apps written in node.js is like?
In the future Node.js apps will be faster. For example, Emacs was slow as fuck in its early years too, because it's written mainly in Emacs Lisp, an interpreted language. Now it's fast as fuck.
not likely, atom's slowness is not due to node.js, it's because it launches an entire new instance of chromium whenever it runs. they would have to fix chromium's bloated slow and shittiness before anything gets better
So same as Emacs then. They even recommended not to close it in the manual and relaunch it because it took forever. EMACS = Eight Megabytes And Constantly Swapping, etc.
And emacs itself became more complicated as time passed, but the launch times decreased.
Why don't you use emacs as any other rms poster?
its both good and bad that emacs can do everything. Personally, I use emacs to program, irc, sending emails, and shit like that, but I use vim to edit confs and to edit shit that I don't need a full ide for.
>not cracking it yourself like a big boy there's a single JNZ to replace with a JMP
>t. senior FizzBuzz developer
>obligatory >not programming in paint post
Literally start by learning C/C++ and then
once you got those down, pretty much it's all about practice, take binarys, reverse as much as you can, compare your work to that of others.
it's more comfy on the eyes when you spend 4-5 hours a day staring at control flow of programs.
I take it you've pirated IDA? I've done quite a bit of RE in the past but never used IDA due to expense. I'm coming back to it recently and I've seen that book recommended a lot, but I find it hard to think that all of these suggestions come from people who've bought it? It's incredibly expensive software for something that isn't a job for me. Or am I just totally overstepping and it has a lot of relevant information for the free version of the software as well?
Ah you're very lucky, then! Fair enough, I'd gathered that, it's always one of those tools I've desperately wanted to try but had a nag at the back of my mind about pirating it since it's not exactly a huge corporation that can easily take the hit developing it.
I heard they were weird about giving out licenses though? I'm graduating from a degree in a completely unrelated program (EE) later this year so I don't know they'd take that. Worth a look though, thanks for the info!