View Poll Results: Pico, Vi, Emacs, or other?

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  • Pico

    16 53.33%
  • Vi

    9 30.00%
  • Emacs

    1 3.33%
  • other

    4 13.33%
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  1. #1

    * Pico, Vi, Emacs, or other?

    What do you use most often/prefer?
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    I use Pico on servers... but, xemacs on workstations.

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    pico here too..

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    I'll have to say "other" on this one. I like the simplicity of mcedit ... If I need to get deeper than I'd probably use Vi but for the majority of tasks mcedit is my preference.
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    Old skool vi.

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    Vi was the first thing I ever tried and I use it only, but I think it's mostly out of habit.

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    I like the power and simplicity of joe.
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    I use pico, but I know enough vi to edit system config files if pico is not installed. Emacs should be banished, there's enough in that thing to make an OS out of it!
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    I use pico all the time here.

    But, like mind said - I know how to use vi just in case pico isn't installed

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    I often use joe (mainly because it's already heavily customized for my fingers on my Linux box), although I can survive with vi if joe is not available (vi being the editor I first started with on Unix).
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    vi[m ] all the way. Been using it for 10 years .

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    Pico!

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    Pico and MC
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    NOTEPAD

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    emacs is pretty much an OS. I saw a web browser that ran on it.

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    Vi !! Started using it when I learned linux and have never used anything else.
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    EMACS! =)

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    Pico
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    Originally posted by shaunewing
    I use pico all the time here.

    But, like mind said - I know how to use vi just in case pico isn't installed

    --Shaun
    same here too
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