My editor of choice, simply due to the fact that I find it extremely efficient (and readily available everywhere).
a plugin for Clojure support
a VSCode extension that runs neovim in the background
a VSCode-like port with a pseudo-native UI
I don’t normally use it, since you pick up all sorts of nasty menu habits that won’t help you one whit when you’re working remotely.
|MacVim with a file browser||
seems to be abandoned, but it was brilliant.
converted from TextMate
keyboard navigation for the macOS UI
|Tutorials||History and effective use of vim||
a great write-up
vim as a
man pager (useful for obscure UNIX variants:
export MANPAGER="col -b | view -c 'set ft=man nomod nolist' -"
Also of note is
vimdiff, which everyone keeps forgetting about.
For newbies, taken from this graphical vi-vim Cheat Sheet and Tutorial:
The full sheet is here.