Evil ain't Vim

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  • evil-numbers

    Increment and decrement numbers in Emacs

    Apparently you have to download a separate package for ctrl-x/ctrl-a to work too.

  • neovim

    Vim-fork focused on extensibility and usability

    heck using neovim by itself isn't easy. lots of "breaking changes" in Following-HEAD. not to mention the occasional coredumps.

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  • emacs

    My literate emacs config (by mohkale)

    Maintainability and readability I suppose. Take for example my emacs config, it's a massive. It's got everything from bindings, commands, documentation and more. This is the kind of thing you can build because you're using a modern-ish language that's designed for this.

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