Emacs v. vi is rooted in the love of Lisp

In the comments section of an early post, Steven G. Harms has mentioned his little essay Emacs v. vi is rooted in the love of Lisp. I think it’s a pretty interesting take on what makes Emacs a powerful environment, and that it will probably be a pretty interesting reading for readers of mew. (And no, i have no interest at all in yet another boring Emacs vs. Vi religious war–i use vim almost daily, without feeling guilty or anything.)

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3 Responses to “Emacs v. vi is rooted in the love of Lisp”

  1. jao Says:

    Fixed. Thanks!

  2. Steven Says:

    Yeah, sorry to change that out from under you. I wanted to move to a more human-friendly slug.


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