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  • 6
    yayy! congratulations dude! how much did u pay, also here have an upvote
  • 7
    Congrats! Now, are you ready to buy IDA Pro? :P
  • 23
    You are not a good person. Shame on you for using proprietary text editors. Especially when there's better ones out there like vi ;)
  • 1
    I'm so torn... I use Sublime Text occasionally, and it's great, but... $70? I use Neovim way more, I'd prefer paying them.

    Either way I'm proud of you, you're a better person than me.
  • 65
    Now don't forget to buy WinRAR!
  • 7
    You probably bought winrar too
  • 19
    Good thing. A developer that actually buys software. It's mind boggling how many people see it as something strange, even if they write software for a living themselves.
  • 6
    I generally pay for everything (I still buy movies too) but especially when I'm making money off it, I'm more than happy to do so
  • 1
    It's good to use free software. It just ends up making your software cost less because you don't have to keep up with your payments.
  • 1
    One of the best digital purchases Ive ever made.. Congrats!
  • 8
    @stisch
    Ctrl D multi editing
    Column editing
    Text Pastry
    Emmet
    Bootstrap Snippets
    Code formatter
    Code Prettify
    Sintax Highlight
    Lightweight (er than Atom)
    Laravel Blade Syntax
    Laravel Snippets
    Jquery Snippets
    Jquery Syntax HighLight
    Win, Mac, Linux
    Ctrl P for quick search
    Fast Regex Search tru files

    Ok, you keep using neovim...
  • 12
    VScode anyone.
  • 6
    @thureos seems you never really used vim and/or neovim : all you list can be done. And many others.
  • 2
    #brackets
  • 2
    @leny Yeah, I actually haven't, but why the love for a non grafical text editor?
    (sorry for my english)
  • 1
    VSCode works great. I do pay for the whole JetBrains suite though. :)
  • 2
    @thureos yeah, all great features and probably worth paying for

    and blah blah vim does that rant rave... but I won't get into my usual vim elitist speech... ST is fantastic for sure.

    I'm just being poor. Really I should pay them BOTH a small fortune for amazing tools
  • 1
    @kyleperik right but I mean not stealing it. Most of the software I use is free
  • 3
    Also bought a license some time ago - switched to Atom.io recently...
  • 3
    @thureos for me, it's the "modal" way of use that I like. After some learning, manipulating text with vim is really fast. And also challenging, I like the way I can learn about it weeks after weeks, slowly improving my way of work.
    The "non-graphical" way is not really a problem for me : I spend most of my time in command-line.
  • 0
    @leny I understand, but since I continuing switch from ST to Firefox I just cant, maybe you are a Backend Developer which is fine...
  • 0
    I bought mine too.

    btw depending on what you took the picture with and what format it is, there is a chance there is an unmodified thumbnail embedded in the picture. Be careful.
  • 0
    @thureos I'm doing both backend and frontend, depending of the current contract I'm on (I'm freelance).

    I don't understand you concern here : I don't see a difference on "switching from Firefox to sublime" and "switching from Firefox to vim". Same keystroke ;)
  • 0
    @leny The thing I don't understand is the modal you are talking about... Can you explain a little?
  • 2
    @thureos it's the fundamentals of vim, based on modes and commands. I'm not comfortable in English to be able to teach that in comprehensive way, but I can redirect you to a video I recommend to each ones who want to discover and try vim : https://youtu.be/_NUO4JEtkDw

    It's a great talk, inspiring and clear.
  • 0
    Atom and VSCode users.. look at him he bought sublime pro ROFL..
  • 2
    @leny thanks, I just watched it. Definitely gonna try to use vim more.
  • 1
    While I think basic usage of text mode editor is important to any developer, I am glad to have extended my JetBrain solutions licence for another 2 years.
  • 0
    Well done for paying for what you use, it has long since baffled me why people are so weirded out by software that isn't free while writing commercial software themselves.
  • 0
    Guess I'll go and purchase WinRar
  • 0
    Kudos! I've been using it for years. By far my favourite editor. One of these days I'll actually pay for it.. Probably. Hopefully.
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