As for VIM, i don't rely know if i should comment on that ;)
Huh, that was a serious suggestion. After all, you weren't asking for a easy-to-learn editor but a productive one. VIM is the most productive editor I've ever used. I do agree that you can't appreciate it until you have learned a dozen or two keystrokes, but I find them very intuitive.Quote:
VIM are made by programmers who think "the more complex the better".
You're mixing this up with Emacs ;)Quote:
VIM is good if you have used VI since the beginning of time.
Certainly not, the first time I used VI I was glad to be back at an editor where the keys I typed actually appeared on the screen. I wouldn't have dreamed that some years later I wouldn't want to type without it.
But editor preferences are very subjective anyway ...