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Oh, the things Vim could teach Silicon Valley's code slingers


Re: The trouble with Emacs

I drag around a copy of JOVE (Jonathan's Own Version of Emacs) from the early eighties, Jonathan Payne's high school project. It worked on a PDP-11 then, it would probably still run on one. It doesn't speak Unicode, but it will accept Unicode input and allows one to edit files containing extended characters - after all, it has no problem editing binaries.

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