I'm currently torn between Geany and Sublime Text 2. What do you guys use?
Just because I don't care doesn't mean I don't understand.
vim in an xterm
Last edited by uname (2013-07-01 06:58:42)
I thought this was a mac application. Is there a linux version?
I love #! more than my own kids. I told them and they sympathized.
Geany is growing on me too, for coding.
Never could get used to vim and it isn't going to happen now!
for web dev i'm currently using Sublime Text 2 with soda and farzher web development theme. but i really want to learn using vim....
Can you share your conky w/me?
And for topic's sake, Geany!
@arcum thank you for your links! Bookmarked! oh im getting excited!
i left you a message for conky config. cause that would be out of topic if i post it in here.
Geany is nice but Gedit works with all its plugins for a VM connected via SSH/Gigolo. Geany can't do that.
Another version of Windows is released. Could this be the year of the Windows desktop? No.
Vim in a terminal emulator+terminal multiplexer. Gvim only for being called by Firefox's pentadactyl extension as the external editor.
Gvim provides no real advantage for me anymore, because a) nicely rendered fonts via libfreetype can be used comfortably/mixed with bitmap fonts and switched on-the-fly in urxvt and b) there is no :colorscheme I'd need to use gvim for.
Also, can't really cope with anything that hasn't vim power anymore - typing this very text up right now in vim via pentadactyl's nice Ctrl+i functionality (try pressing that in INSERT mode) :-)
Geany and EditPlus (Windows).
Linux User #586672
There aren't enough swear-words in the English language, so now I'll have to call you perkeleen vittupää just to express my disgust and frustration with this crap. -- Linus Torvalds
I use a combination of:
Geany, for editing config files.
Pyroom, for writing prose.
Nano or Leafpad for everything else.