laric at laric.com
Wed Sep 20 11:30:43 PDT 2000
I was actaully htinking of it as a much easier editor to use than vim. Thats
why I suggest it. You don't have to learn anything to use it. vim isn't
But it is your choice.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: lfs-discuss-owner at linuxfromscratch.org
> [mailto:lfs-discuss-owner at linuxfromscratch.org]On Behalf Of Gerard
> Sent: 20. september 2000 19:09
> To: lfs-discuss at linuxfromscratch.org
> Subject: Re: 2.5.1
> On Wed, 20 Sep 2000, you wrote:
> > > Couldn't you include nano in LFS? I personally gets the
> shivers as soon
> > > as
> > I
> > > see a VI clone.
> No, I chose for vim and I keep it there. I'm not adding 3 different text
> editors, 2 different compilers, 3 different this, etc. That's not
> what the
> book is about. I just give a blueprint and you don't have to follow it.
> Nothing is stopping you to pretend you read 'nano' when I write
> vim. if I now
> replace vim with nano people will ask me to replace nano with
> emacs or pico
> or knotepad or ms notepad. I'm not willing to start doing those
> things. Sorry.
> Gerard Beekmans
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