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Moving back to vim, jetbrains IDES have been running like shit

  1. #1
    filtration African Astronaut
    Yes. Save the bullshit of Vim is better or jetbrains is better, but I did like the shit jet brains had, granted it used all my fucking ram (/s) I'm moving back to vim, because I need shit to be fast and not lag like fuck, but anyway. Just thought I'd Stan for vim
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  2. #2
    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    people spend more time dicking around with ides, deployment scripts and docker faggotry than actually coding nowadays
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  3. #3
    filtration African Astronaut
    Yeah... That's me... actually, I spend most of my time rewriting shit in new tech.
  4. #4
    Lanny motherfucker
    I don’t use it but if you want your intelisense wankery back you can use coc.nvim.
  5. #5
    netstat Tuskegee Airman
    vim is masterrace
  6. #6
    filtration African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Lanny I don’t use it but if you want your intelisense wankery back you can use coc.nvim.


    Yeah, I saw coc.vim, might try it and see if it fucks up my speed -- I only need highlighting, though to be honest. Not a massive fan of intelisense, that shit is too opinionated

    What you currently using emacs? Code? Atom? Jb?

    Edit misread, thought you said you don't use vim, just realised you don't use coc. Apologies.
  7. #7
    rabbitweed African Astronaut
    yeah fuck visual studio code and facebook and react and google and shit.

    just use a text editor and go fuck yourself
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Originally posted by rabbitweed yeah fuck visual studio code and facebook and react and google and shit.

    just use a text editor and go fuck yourself

    for the most part I just use geany to write scripts and patches; don't do a whole lot of coding outside of automation shit anymore.

    I worked for a design company that did Magento sites a while back (and essentially got fired for not taking it seriously) and it took me much longer to work out their fucking toolchain than it did to actually learn how to patch and interface the magento core
  9. #9
    rabbitweed African Astronaut
    Originally posted by aldra for the most part I just use geany to write scripts and patches; don't do a whole lot of coding outside of automation shit anymore.

    I worked for a design company that did Magento sites a while back (and essentially got fired for not taking it seriously) and it took me much longer to work out their fucking toolchain than it did to actually learn how to patch and interface the magento core

    I need an escape part out of dev as well.
  10. #10
    Lanny motherfucker
    Originally posted by filtration Yeah, I saw coc.vim, might try it and see if it fucks up my speed – I only need highlighting, though to be honest. Not a massive fan of intelisense, that shit is too opinionated

    What you currently using emacs? Code? Atom? Jb?

    Edit misread, thought you said you don't use vim, just realised you don't use coc. Apologies.

    Yeah, just vim 7 via macvim. I’ve kicked around the idea of migrating to neovim but haven’t really seen anything I needed from it, plus macvim is really nice and the counterparts in neovim land are pretty mediocre.
  11. #11
    rabbitweed African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Lanny Yeah, just vim 7 via macvim. I’ve kicked around the idea of migrating to neovim but haven’t really seen anything I needed from it, plus macvim is really nice and the counterparts in neovim land are pretty mediocre.

    Do you really use a mac or are you pretending to be a woman again?
  12. #12
    Lanny motherfucker
    Originally posted by rabbitweed Do you really use a mac or are you pretending to be a woman again?

    I do, the OS is reasonable and POSIX compliant, the fonts look nice, the hardware is good. I mean not exactly cost effective but it’s kinda chump change given I buy a computer once every couple years and it’s how I make my living.

    P.S. the same is true of gvim.
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