Wikimedians by favorite text editor
List yourself under your favorite text editor here.
Gedit and forksEdit
- Minh Nguyễn – Allaire HomeSite 4.01
- Cimon Avaro on a pogo stick I love the speed. (plus see below)
- David Edgar - for simple tasks on Windows
- David Edgar - Notepad++ when I need to code on Windows
pico & clonesEdit
- Simon Arlott
- Lord Bob
- Linuxerist (on ubuntu)
- Allan Javier Aguilar Castillo
- David Edgar - for simple tasks on Linux/Unix
- Animated Cascade - I finally found something I like more than Vim
vi & clonesEdit
vi (the original)Edit
- Gwicke gvim, vim, vim-bonobo... Used Emacs before ;-)
- Maveric149 (what? There are others?)
- Pakaran trying to learn to use it... mostly use Emacs at the moment
- Arvindn I get withdrawal symptoms if I don't use vim for a day or two
- Patrick-br, of course ;-).
- Marcelo R.
- Yath though nedit is nice sometimes.
- Sam Hocevar
- Project2501a 14:36, 13 Oct 2004 (UTC) Editor != Operating system
- Wins oddf
- R3m0t 01:32, 15 Feb 2005 (UTC)
- Nikai with aspell
- .anaconda - It's so cool on Mac OS X...
- \Mikez And you talk about shortcuts in M$Word? 200 shortcuts and counting... (And I can find them!)
- Muriel Gottrop Is that so strange?... yes,it is, since messing up line breaks
- Menchi: Shortcuts and functions, unlike Notepad -- the only other editor I have.
- Mark Ryan - It's simply the best. Better than all the rest.
- Merovingian Duh.
- Neutrality 19:51, 16 Sep 2004 (UTC)
- BrokenSegue - too lazy to use any of the others i have
- Martinman11 w00t!
- DarkEvil Just started using it the first time I needed to edit a text
- Love the import symbol feature Smiddle
- KnightofNEE Go full control over text via reveal codes! (That and I grew up using it).
- Cimon Avaro on a pogo stick (I am sorry, but this is a sentimental favorite) I have several editions of CP/M wordstar on 8 inch diskettes.
- User: Dr Paddle Don't be sorry. I miss Wordstar 5.5! I'm trying now to write macros in Word to prepare 60k-lines of text for import into a spreadsheet. Could have written the Wordstar macros in minutes! But now I have to learn VBA. Have a button on my office wall, "Keep your hands where they belong. Wordstar 5.5" (Learned Wordstar in CP/M on an Osbourne. Perfected it in DOS on a 286.)