On Sun, Aug 27, 2006 at 12:33:59PM +0900, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
> > 
> Yeah ... for some reason, I'm the kind of hard-core geek that's supposed
> to *love* Emacs and I've never learned how to use it. Part of that is
> because I moved from VAX/VMS/EDT to Celerity/BSD 4.3/csh/vi, and at the
> time, Emacs had a (probably justified) reputation as a memory hog. When
> you share an 8 MB machine with a half dozen other folks, that matters.
> :) But dang it all, vim is evolving into Emacs anyhow, so maybe I should
> bite the bullet. :)

Hardly.  EMACS is more than ten times the installed size of Vim.  I've
also seen situations where a file was too big to open in EMACS, but Vim
managed it just fine.  Also, of course, there's the simple fact that
EMACS == Esc+Meta+Alt+Ctrl+Shift

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