Is there a decent way to run #vim on Windows? I really like Vim, and don't really need a full VM for what I'm doing, but it seems like the Windows terminal just is not fond of Vim.

@bendia oui, j'utilise nano d'habitude ^__< parce-que #vim ...

vim fichierquinexistepas.spec ca ouvre /usr/share/vim/vimfiles/template.spec
quelle merde #vim

I was reluctant, but after many years I switched from Vundle to Vim-plug and... wow! just wow! Its parallel plugin download and its "on demand" capability make it really great! I'm sorry Vundle :-(


OMG, I just discovered the `:terminal` command in the last build of #vim.
It's insane! I'll play with that when doing some elixir...
For reference, `:h :terminal`.

I know I am starting to grok #vim: I get annoyed when writing on the web when I can't use motions to operate on the text...

Does that go away? Is that why so many programmers I know hate using websites?

Pris au piège -

Excellente métaphore ! Quel informaticien n'a pas connu la douloureuse sensation d'être pris au piège par / ?

je viens de remapper les touches dans pour
c'est un bon signe ?

I've started using #leanote as a note taking app since this morning for work. I admit I like it very well, with #markdown and a #vim mode :)
(I'm still using it as a local docker container, I don't think I'll put that on a remote server as I only take notes like this on my laptop and don't care about the blog feature of leanote)