Editors evolve. So it's not bad to ask the same question on regular intervalsI'm pretty sure every editor has been mentioned by now, and multiple times, as is always true of all such threads everywhere in the universe that asks this exact same question. So can we close this one now until the next same question gets asked later today?
Not by default but using '!' to pass into specific filters for the task (awk is pretty useful for this), you potentially have a vastly superior solution to a lot of off-the-shelf IDEs.(3) powerful search and replace functions, regexps across lines.
But it works line by line. How do I search across lines?awk is pretty useful for this
(2) lightweight, it should run also in old computers without time lag.
Typically it is used that way but Awk is surprisingly large as a language.But it works line by line. How do I search across lines?
To me that is a fundamental problem with software. Unless you write it yourself or have the ability to completely customize it, you are stuck with someone else's "vision of perfect".Supposedly, vim pulled in dependency hell. I wasn't able to confirm it, because my desktop already had many of those packages.
Also, they had the suggestion of using vim-console and other lightweight packages.
set noai inde=