I’ve used VS Code for a long time, but have recently grown weary of Microsoft’s approach to OSS. I’ve checked out VS Codium which seems like it might be a great option.

What text editor are you using?

@ksynwa@lemmy.ml
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Neovim

@loki@lemmy.ml
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I use Neovim, LiteXL, and VS Codium depending on the project size and needs. no one tool suits all.

Lonely Rhino
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always vim

@andybalaam@lemmy.ml
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neovim

@vi21@lemmy.ml
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I’m using GNU Emacs, which is, from my experience, great for open source software and decentralized development. Last year, I found an issue in a package/extension, I could make an experiment by modifying and running its code on the fly. I didn’t even need to reload the whole package/extension. So I figured the solution out and submitted a pull request quickly.

Sr Estegosaurio
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I use neovim with little plugins. But I still need to learn how it works properly (I’m really lost but at least I know how to close it) I want to turn it on to an IDE. VS Codium is a great option too

linux mint’s xed & GNU nano

@erock@lemmy.ml
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neovim because the plugin ecosystem is vibrant and alive now that they can be built with lua: https://neovimcraft.com

SeerLite
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Kakoune but I’m considering switching back to Neovim

Emacs (Doom), everything from small notes to big software projects.

Kromonos
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I’ll make myself unpopular with Sublime Text and VSCode. 😆
On the console, however, I actually use VIM almost exclusively.

SudoDnfDashY
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I only really use Vim. Mainly because vi is installed on basically every server and distro, so it is what I got used to.

CHEF-KOCH
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Kate and Neovim.

@Fakefunk@lemmy.ml
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Textmate

@bashrc@lemmy.ml
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Have been using Emacs for over a decade, and I’m fairly happy with it.

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