@wraptile
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32Y

Jetbrain IDEs (eg pycharm) come with a great vim text editor: ideavim

Other than that I use vim though slowly migrating to nvim and playaround in kakoune.

@AgreeableLandscape
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Pure text editors: A FOSS-only fork of Visual Studio Code, Vim, Kate

IDEs: Intellij, Qt Creator (to a smaller degree)

@gregf
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22Y

I was a vim user for 10 years maybe more. Two years ago I switched to emacs using evil mode, mostly because of org mode. I have since started to use doom emacs and really love it. It’s my main editor now. I don’t even install vim anymore.

@alexbuzzbee
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Emacs. I’m not exactly an expert in it, but it’s much lighter than most IDEs (Eight Megabytes And Constantly Swapping indeed…) and I can tweak it when I want pretty easily.

Dessalines
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22Y

vim, for every language. Autocomplete / intellisense via coc.nvim

@Deathspell
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22Y

Long living in emacs

QuentinCallaghan
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22Y

Notepad++ on Windows and Nano on GNU/Linux.

@k_o_t
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