Amp: Vi-like batteries-included terminal editor written in Rust

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  • kakoune

    mawww's experiment for a better code editor

    And here I am still trying to get familiar with Kakoune: https://kakoune.org/

  • avy

    Jump to things in Emacs tree-style

    Looks like an implementation of avy from emacs, very cool that they included this in the base!

    https://github.com/abo-abo/avy

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  • amp

    A complete text editor for your terminal. (by jmacdonald)

  • sodium

    Mirror of https://gitlab.redox-os.org/redox-os/sodium (by redox-os)

    Does anyone know how this compares to https://github.com/redox-os/sodium besides the fact it is still being actively developed?

  • SpaceVim

    A community-driven modular vim/neovim distribution - The ultimate vimrc

    I've been using https://spacevim.org/ for this purpose for some time, though Vim per-se isn't my daily editor -- I use PyCharm with VIM emulation.

    It lazy loads everything and supports most languages, has help throughout, and a responsive community for any issue you may encounter.

  • zee

    A modern text editor for the terminal written in Rust [Moved to: https://github.com/zee-editor/zee] (by mcobzarenco)

    Relatedly, there's an Emacs-like editor written in Rust called Zee: https://github.com/mcobzarenco/zee

    I've become used to using Micro (written in Go) for everything: https://micro-editor.github.io/

    So I haven't really used Amp or Zee much, but I do have both installed on my system just in case I get bored of Micro ;-)

  • micro-editor

    A modern and intuitive terminal-based text editor

    Relatedly, there's an Emacs-like editor written in Rust called Zee: https://github.com/mcobzarenco/zee

    I've become used to using Micro (written in Go) for everything: https://micro-editor.github.io/

    So I haven't really used Amp or Zee much, but I do have both installed on my system just in case I get bored of Micro ;-)

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