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____/ Homer on Tuesday 25 November 2008 01:21 : \____
> Verily I say unto thee, that Roy Schestowitz spake thusly:
>> notepad hasn't caught up even with vim.
> Comparing notepad to vim is like comparing a candle to a nuclear
> reactor. Notepad is little more than a Sticky Notes application,
> without the stickiness. Wordpad is a hairs-breadth better than
> notepad, but frankly there simply isn't anything in Microsoft's
> portfolio that's anything close to a real text editor.
> There's the WYSIWYG stuff like the all-singing Word, of course,
> that's bloated up to the hilt with crap designed to make Web pages
> with miles of embedded; MSO-specific garbage, if someone should be
> stupid enough to want to fire up that behemoth just to edit a source file.
It's limitation /by design/. There's no digital scarcity.
~~ Best of wishes
"The collaborative, massively distributed development process behind the
Internet and Open Source projects is not your enemy. It is your friend, the
source of basic research that you can turn into your next generation of
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