Crash shell allows to specify the command line editing mode to vi or emacs. What will be the difference in these input methods? I am not asking about the internal features.
I've installed a 'linux in a box' at home using FreeBSD and Virtual Box.But when I tryed to make a C file,joe,emacs and pico give me 'Command not found'. joe z.c,emacs z.c, pico m.c are the commands ...
I was an emacs user, and I have to switch to vim. But I miss some basic emacs commands in vim insert mode: C-A C-E C-K C-Y C-x C-s ... and some other I know that I can press Escape and then press ...
I couldn't find any instructions on defining key sequences in the Evil doc. The example given by the developers only covers a single key. (define-key evil-normal-state "w" 'foo) What do I need to ...
The first line of a script may be in format of #! interpreter, so the shell will execute the script using the specific interpreter. This is so called shebang or shbang. Similarly, there can be some ...
How would you compare these editors? What are the pros and cons of each? [note] This is not meant to be answered by those who "hate one and love another" or those who haven't used both.