On Sun, 2008-08-10 at 05:25 +0900, Piyush Ranjan wrote:
> I second emacs

Long ago, when dinosaurs ruled the world and a typical group server had
8 MBytes of RAM and maybe 10 users coming in on VT100s, I was faced with
the choice of learning either vi or emacs. The system administrators and
other team members said that emacs was a memory hog, so I learned vi.
Now it's in muscle memory, and I've never learned emacs. But I
should. :)
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