The undo history visualizer for VIM
Plug for the Vim undotree plugin, which exposes Vim’s undo tree in a navigable UI. It’s saved my butt in the rare occasion I need it. https://github.com/mbbill/undotree
A text editor with an sort-of-unusual undo/redo algorithm
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The official Vim repository
:mag: consult.el - Consulting completing-read
Emacs does this by default. Anything you delete ends up in the "kill ring", and you can cycle through that when pasting ("yanking") something. Packages like Consult provide version of the yank-pop command that, instead of cycling through the kill ring, make it searchable.
Aiming to be the best integrated clipboard manager for the Gnome/Unity desktop
So much cognitive load.
Just configure Vim to put everything you delete in your clipboard and use a clipboard manager like diodon with 1000 items.
Of course works also outside of Vim, you just have to copy the part you might want to reuse before deleting/modifying.
async language server protocol plugin for vim and neovim
Did you misspell "editor with language intelligence?"
Because yeah, vim won't beat IntelliJ, but you can get it to be pretty decent with LSP:
An Emacs framework for the stubborn martian hacker
There is a very opinionated and batteries-included "Vim-y" Emacs called Doom . A decent way to approach this if you don't want to start writing elisp outta the gate to have fancy editor features is to learn enough of the Doom config to tweak it to your liking, then add some elisp customization in as needed. I personally use this approach, usually cribbing config and elisp tweaks from the top contributors' configs.
The Evil layer that Doom and most everyone seems to use for Vim modes works really well, and has a lot of ways to tweak things (e.g. changing `j` to `gj` for going through line breaks in normal mode; I forgot what that setting is called...).
There is something to be said by bootstrapping your config entirely from scratch instead of using a "config framework" like Doom, but that can be too daunting and end up preventing one from trying things out.
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Quicksilver Project Source
For a browsable clipboard history on macOS, I recommend LaunchBar (https://www.obdev.at/products/launchbar/; docs at https://www.obdev.at/resources/launchbar/help/ClipboardHisto...). I used to use the Clipboard Plugin of the free and open source app Quicksilver (https://qsapp.com/), which worked fine but was slightly less streamlined. Some people prefer Alfred (https://www.alfredapp.com/help/features/clipboard/).
evil-set-leader vs general.el for SPC based keybindings
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Setting up a fundraiser for multi-threaded Emacs, any thoughts on this?
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Tell HN: Vim users, `:x` is like `:wq` but writes only when changes are made
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People who switched from vim/neovim to emacs, what made you switch?
4 projects | /r/emacs | 18 Dec 2022
Portacle - Does it have auto indent?
5 projects | /r/lisp | 15 Nov 2022