Visual Studio Code April 2023

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    For the same reason you use vim in your terminal, in some cases it's nice to have, sometimes it's not, but now you have the ability and choice to do it

    I disagree about your statement on the debugger, I tried both

    Plugins and being able to edit the source of the program are 2 fundamentally different things

    As I explained above, I fall back to neovim because I can't stand the file previewing when you switch files in sublime text, you can't change that behavior with plugins, you need source access

    Another argument that you can't defeat:

    There is this thing with code completion popup that I so annoying in vscode, it being open source lets me fix it without having to wait for the good will of the developer to understand/fix it for me, I did it myself:

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