I moved from gVim to Atom as a cross-platform text editor a few years ago, have just learned that they are "sunsetting" the editor. I am a big fan of VSCode and Visual Studio in general, XCode on MacOS but these are more fully-featured IDE's. What text editors will run on Windows, Linux and MacOS that offered the same flexibility as Atom? Seeking recommendations before I just go back to GTK+Vim and die a little inside. More info on the sunset for Atom 😢 https://github.blog/2022-06-08-sunsetting-atom/
@x30n @hackerfantastic thanks for the hint! Never been an Emacs guy myself, but @anticomputer’s posts on Emacs never fail to amaze me. He does some ninja shit indeed. Tempted to try it but I feel like I’m too old for a change as big as this one 😅 (/me refrains from posting obligatory #xkcd comic on editors)
I’ve used emacs for a long time, so it’s definitely my go to as far as muscle memory, but Doom seems like it would be a pretty good starter pack coming from vim. Especially if you’re looking for something that looks nice and has a bunch of things like LSP already working out of the box
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