[squeak-dev] SVI and Vim
water at tunes.org
Sat Oct 4 01:59:50 UTC 2008
On Oct 3, 2008, at 5:49 PM, Tobias Pape wrote:
> Hello —,
> Am 2008-10-02 um 15:00 schrieb Jason Rogers:
>> vi-like editing is not just for large text processing. If you are
>> used to vi's navigation style, for instance, you are probably much
>> quicker using h, j, k, l, w, f(N), d(N), y, p, etc. than CMD+Arrow
>> is it CTRL+Arrow, or wait maybe it's Alt+Arrow, ah nuts -- just reach
>> for the mouse).
>> The decision to use vi or not has nothing to do with the size of the
>> method. It's a productivity choice -- and for me, it's mostly muscle
> And (with no intention to start a flame war) emacs keybindings would
> nice, either.
> This is not only influenced by using Emacs, but also by the fact
> that my
> major OSes support such keys by default in their editing environments
> (i. e. Linux and Mac OS X).
SVI has an included set of emacs-style keybindings (set up via
instructions once installed).
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