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Draedus
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Ok. Vim is absolutely brilliant. But sublime in vintage mode ( sublime text with some of the vim capabilities ) is more brilliant. Today I just found out that this code editor (sublime) has this feature implemented and I'm happier than ever. I will use both of them and I won't need any over text editor ( although I have to try to emacs and spacemacs ).

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    Yes until you need to use windows and vim on windows is ugly as fuck...
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    @kenogo Heard of it I think I will give it a try :) Thx for reminding me .
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    @Draedus try Linux Subsystem for Windows. It's amazing and you can use any Linux application. (Including graphical ones if you do some extra setup).
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    @kenogo Can I ask you what terminal do you use on windows ?
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    @NULLmaster Yhep it is awesome but I have already dual boot linux and windows and I kinda don't need it. On windows I do frontend ui work ( I can't change my job that fast to get rid of windows and never go back to it other than games ) .
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    @Draedus yea but what I'm saying is you could use LSW to run vim/neovim. The Linux Subsystem allows for full access to all windows files (it mounts the windows drive). All you would have to do is configure bashrc to start in the directory you wanted to.
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    Although it's really up to you. If you like sublime its all cool! I'm just saying there is an easy way to use vim/neovim/emacs/spacemacs that doesn't involve fuddling around with windows installations.
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    @NULLmaster Actually you gave me a good idea thank you. I have tmux in it. That's all I ever wanted. Thank you a lot.
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    @kenogo I would highly recommend windows subsystem for Linux for you as well. You can run the subsystem through powershell windows and you don't have to mess around with ported tools.
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