Just a rant about text editors
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Disclaimer: This blog post contains personal opinions. Please don’t come at me with pitchforks I’ve been using computers since pre-historic times and have managed to use most (good) text editors in existence. Ranging from the classics such as Windows Notepad, to Notepad++, to Codeblocks and Eclipse, to IDEs such as Jetbrains IntelliJ and finally, the 1337h4xx0r editors: vim and emacs. But recently, I’ve started using Virtual Studio Code (VS Code) and it’s replacing my Emacs. This rant will mostly be about Emacs vs VS Code, and the features I look for in a text editor. But before that, 2 things: