[Exherbo-dev] Adding Emacs to the stages set

Vasiliy Tolstov v.tolstov at selfip.ru
Sun May 4 10:22:45 UTC 2014

2014-05-04 13:48 GMT+04:00 Wulf C. Krueger <philantrop at exherbo.org>:
> Let's say our user managed to edit bashrc. He wants to save the
> result. Maybe he's smart and hits ESC at some point. How to save now,
> though?
> Oh, it's the totally intuitive ":w", possibly even ":wq".
> If our user is an emacs user, he will routinely press CTRL+x+s - and
> immediately freeze his terminal.

Ahaha =) I do that minimal once a day (some times ago i used vim, but
move to emacs)

> Let's say he somehow got past to the second vim invocation: He learned
> how to save and quit the hard way by now. But, wait, there's more than
> just one file to edit. How does he get to the next one?
> And so on...
> The typical first-time user experience with vim is to try frantically
> to quit and resort to "killall -9 vim" at some point.

Vasiliy Tolstov,
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