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My graduation project partner was strange person
Favorite IDE is VIM
Forget how to use git
But somehow she could code most of the app
I asked what does she do when mistake happens, she answered "delete and write again"
I suggest github but she is "to embarrassed to show her code on internet"
She send .zip file of her code to me
Go to univ library to copy some code because she don't believe random code on internet
Of course verson of code on book in library is too old, but she prefer fix herself
But she is overall good person, so I can graduate next month14
Stumbled upon VS Code recently, an open source freeware from Microsoft. And as a VIM fan, I must say that it blew me away with its sleek nature.
Been a user of Sublime and Atom in the past as well, but VS code surely stands out.9
I had been working on this file for the last 4 or so hours.
And accidentally deleted it with NerdTree (mdy).
300 loc. poof.
scoured internet for recovery procedure.
... to no avail. just about to give up.
here comes the climax: .....
It was stillllll...... in the NEOVIM. BUFFER.
vim got my back.
praise you vim lord.
During my rookie days I used to glorify the fact that I wrote production grade code using vim.
Lol, explains why I would delay on delivery6
I still didn't manage to close vim but I dont wan't to close my terminal.
Guess I'll accept my new buddy on my screen. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯3
I am so tired of Windows.
Latest story. I am doing homework for uni. I write it in LaTeX.
My LaTeX editor is vscode. Because there are great LaTeX plugins which can use a docker container for LaTeX. Also vscode has a vim plugin.
I wanted to synchronize my progress, so I installed GDrive Sync and pointed it to my homework directory.
And suddenly compiling regularly crashes. And it's Windows fault.
This is how the plugin uses LaTeX: "First creating some auxiliary files. Then create the pdf. Then delete the auxiliary files.
But sometimes it happens that GDrive finds the auxiliary files. Then it will open the file in readmode. And upload the contents. And here's the problem. When it's opened, it cannot be deleted. This crashes the pluging. Could have been programmed better, but hey, in Linux, it could be deleted.
Files in Linux are garbage collected. Well, not really, but same effect. When a file is deleted, it disappears immediately, but is actually only deleted when no more process has it opened. Meaning, you could delete something that is being uploaded. It would be continued to be uploaded until GDrive is done, at which point the file is deleted. GDrive would see the change and delete the auxiliary file remotely.
So, it is inherently better at throwing multiple applications together without them conflicting with each other.
Yesterday, I was finally fed up with all of that and installed regolith on my system. But I am worried. I don't know what my uni will throw at me. Stuff like zoom breakout session. There is no guarantee that not someone needs something done that's only possible in Windows (or only possible with reasonable effort in Windows). And if it's just turning in an assignment as a power point presentation.
Plus I want to game. And I have more than just steam games.
Well, anyway. Today is the day where my KVM-switch and second graphics card arrives. Think I have that covered.
Also gives me the opportunity to spin up a separate windows for applications I don't trust.
So, I guess my setup just made a huge leap to a better state.7
Trying to transition to 50% of my work being in VIM. Using Macs ultimate vim package and its pretty great. But Im having trouble with a few things that maybe you seasoned vim users can help with.
1.) I prefer two tmux panes over using vsplit. Is there a way of using visual copy/paste between two vim sessions ?
2.) I need more code completion. Ctrl+x -> Ctrl+o isnt doing it for me coming from jetbrains especially when dealing with alot of interfaces. Is this where we just admit that jetbrains is doing alot of stuff that vim was never meant to or is there something out there that competes ?
3.) PHP/Nodejs debugger: is there a preferred solution for vim ?12
Vim is like smoking, not as many people smoke these days, not many use Vim as in the past.
Smokers (vimmers) only realize they're hooked once they try to stop (try any other editor).
They find their favorite brand of smokes... I mean, write their own vimrc and can't stand any other brand (vimrc).
They also rather smoke old rope (no vimrc) than no smoke (no Vim) at all.
They only miss smoking (Vim) when they could and are not smoking (vimming).
They start wanting to smoke (have vim) everywhere (even while browsing).
Slowly they start coughing from smoking (little finger aches from not using a mouse).
Their lives grow more stressing e.g. they burn their finger while trying to smoke, for example, when driving, or their sanity when Vim doesn't do what it wasn't conceived to do.
Surprisingly, for them, they find it hard to convince others to smok... Oops, ...to use Vim.
Nonetheless, they don't really want, or can't, find anything apparently as enjoyable as smoki... as vimming.
My, oh my, why do I even Vim?
Tales from a Vim smok... sorry, user (me).11
Don't get me wrong, I love clojure, BUT, is it really that surprising how hard it is to bring in new clojurists?!?!
"oh, people get confused a lot about namespaces, why is that?"
Don't you get it? "namespaces"? Really?, I mean, seriously??? In VSCode days, to call source code paths as "namespaces" and hope people that are still learning about the JVM will understand it is NOT FEASIBLE. Thank God I was already a seasoned vim user before clojure, otherwise I'd give it up pretty fast.3
Sometimes when I get stuck and have programmer's writer's block, I just take a deep breath and type ^x^l. After that everything's fine.1
could get better at vim, and git, and a few other things ig. it'd be really great to be able to explain shit to others more clearly though. been using specific words more and what not, although it's drawn out and it's hard to balance length and directness. and there's also the fact that some ppl are just DUMB. say the same thing 5 times and they still keep asking. so no amount of effort on my part will probably change that =/1
ps: I'm not a natively English speaking person, please forgive tipos and other pedantic writing mistakes.
On another example of regressing for advancemente, the interested reader should read about performance differences and justification for it between grep and perl's regex implementation.
HELP!!!, My ubuntu system exhaust all of it's ram, my system lags too much, I was currently running firefox, vim, postman, react server and node server.26
I'm currently showing my new junior the ropes in the workplace. We'll be using Gitpod for pair programming.
Me: "okay so I think Gitpod will use my configuration if we use the workspace I made... are you familiar with vim keybindings?"