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VScode, despite of being an Electron app, is great.
Change my mind.

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  • 6
    Now imagine VSCode's ecosystem & customisability paired with Sublime Text's performance. One can dream...
  • 7
    I agree, I absolutely love vs code
    But there are some people who hang like 500 extensions on it and then say it is slow, just like Chrome eating up 600mb ram and then they Screenshot their 20 extensions
  • 2
    It's lovely, I can even write crappy ass java code in it.
  • 3
    @frogstair Since we're half in meme territory already, I can bring Nvim in! Even with 20+ plugins, it'll still be considerably faster than a web browser. I mean, "IDE". :D
  • 2
    @Jilano ah yes the privilege of only being limited to one window and no mouse input
    Love it
  • 0
    I wish it had better support for pulling tabs into their own windows but it is my main IDE at home.
  • 2
    It's not optimal performance-wise, but the simplicity of developing extensions with the TypeScript/Electron environment is a plus.
  • 4
    @frogstair One window? There can be multiple windows. and with :set mouse=a you have mouse support if you want.
  • 1
    It’s good but it’s still slow
  • 2
    @frogstair @amatrelan There's no point in using logical argument, you gave to go further into the "stupid"! Haha

    "I can't hear you over the sound of my mechanical switches hammering my shortcuts"
  • 0
    use CODE - OSS, same shit different name, and no Microshitting here and there
  • 2
    *laughs in (doom) emacs*
  • 1
    @WeAreMany a member of the masterace and a man of culture
  • 0
    I will not. It is great.
  • 1
    @AleCx04 Don't reward his bad behaviour! Pavlov's going to roll in his grave.
  • 4
    @Jilano i use the best of all wordls. Emacs with Evil mode, or mostly Vim. Really Vim has pretty much everything everyone would ever need.

    All editors are beautiful. Except for ed, people that use ed do so while holding a shank on one hand and the keyboard on another.
  • 0
    With LSP and DAP it doesn't matter. Any capable editor can have most of what VSC offers. Some more explanation here (ignore TL;DR and VIM-related parts if you don't use it): https://stackoverflow.com/questions...
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    @AleCx04 is nano really beautiful though?
  • 0
    @WeAreMany i guess it is to the eyes of the beholder. If I had to guess i would say it is possible to tell someone not familiar with vim working on a small fix on any server to just type nano <filename> and they would have an easier time editing small stuff than to use one of the more complex editors. That is my only guess for saying that nano could be beautiful too :p
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