I’m kinda a Vimhead so I’m just using Vim and hand-compiling but I’m interested to see with which tools you people are working with

I personally use vim and doom emacs doom emacs is emacs with “evil mode” the vim keys

Neovim, for 4 years now

Bilb!
link
fedilink
1
edit-2
2Y

For IDEs I use Jetbrains stuff mostly. For work, I use Rider for .Net Framework stuff. I’ve been learning Rust lately using CLion with the Rust plugin.

This is why I stopped using IDEs and started using vim, in college they asked me to used a different IDE for each language and I hated it.

Intellij for any big projects, VSCodium for smaller stuff, and vi for config editing, etc.

IngrownMink4
link
fedilink
12Y

VSCodium

Avery
link
fedilink
02Y

I currently use VSCode at work, but I might try this. Any pitfalls or unexpected downsides I should be aware of when I make the switch?

Default VSCodium doesn’t use Microsoft’s extension store, instead using Open VSX Directory which is missing extensions. It can be changed after install if needed, though.

@Echedenyan@lemmy.ml
link
fedilink
1
edit-2
2Y

I use to prefer to send a feature request to the extensions’ developers to upload their extensions to the Open VSX Directory too.

At work I am chained to M$ platform so I am split between Notepad++ and PowerShell ISE.

On my personal systems its all VIM.

mostly vim as well.

recently tried finding a good alternative though, i haven’t found a way to make working with bigger code-bases a breeze with it somehow…

i gave vis a go, and am currently using kak

neovim all day every day

@Reaton@lemmy.ml
creator
link
fedilink
02Y

Shame on me, I’ve never tried neovim just because I hate the logo… let’s throw stones at me.

never have to look at the logo if you never leave the terminal *taps head*

I do almost everything I do with a computer from inside of Emacs, and I absolutely love it. On top of everything else, it’s also a fantastic IDE 🙂

I really need to just sit down and learn vim. It just never clicks with me. Everyone loves it so clearly it’s good, but I need to learn it. Anyone have any resources (besides vimtutor) or is it just a matter of forcing yourself to use it?

General Programming Discussion
!programming@lemmy.ml

    A general programming discussion community.

    Rules:

    1. Be civil.

    Other communities:

    • /c/rust
    • /c/python
    • /c/powershell
    • /c/haskell
    • /c/fpcomplete
    • /c/cpp
    • /c/c_programming
    • /c/julia
    • 0 users online
    • 1 user / day
    • 4 users / week
    • 29 users / month
    • 98 users / 6 months
    • 1 subscriber
    • 466 Posts
    • 728 Comments
    • Modlog