[Chicago-talk] Best perl editor on Linux?

Young, Aaron Aaron.Young at citadelgroup.com
Tue Jan 27 14:35:36 CST 2004

so, is someone looking over you shoulder when you go into these sites
laughing at your lack of vi skillz?

It seems to me that any site that has the stock vi installed doesn't
care a thing about vi.  No one that uses it seriously looks at vim (or
any other clone) and says, 

Nah, that's all too complicated, I'll stick with one level undo.

Aaron F Young
Broker Reconciliation
Operations & Portfolio Finance
Citadel Investment Group LLC 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steven Lembark [mailto:lembark at wrkhors.com] 
> Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2004 12:53 AM
> To: Chicago.pm chatter
> Subject: Re: [Chicago-talk] Best perl editor on Linux?
> > "Multi level undo.                                       |undo|
> > 'u' goes backward in time, 'ctrl-R' goes forward again.  Set option
> > 'undolevels' to the number of changes to be remembered 
> (default 1000).
> > Set 'undolevels' to 0 for a vi-compatible one level undo. Set it to
> > -1 for no undo at all."
> Quick, without looking at the manual, man pages, or printed
> cheat notes list all of the settings that affect any keystrokes
> defined in the original vi... I certianly can't remember that
> much -- and am certianly likely to fry myself walking into a
> place that has customized the vi keyboard responses.
> I use vile's extensions all of the time, and miss them sorely
> when I'm on a site without them. But at least I can walk up
> to a stock, out-of-the-box Solaris vi and get my work done
> without looking like an idiot retyping things that get fried
> by misadvertent muscle memory.
> --
> Steven Lembark                               2930 W. Palmer
> Workhorse Computing                       Chicago, IL 60647
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