I love the ElixirLS extension - you install it and immediately have all of the autocomplete / highlighting / debugging / error analysis your heart desires. I haven’t had nearly enough time yet in my career to invest in something lower level like Vim, and I’ve been thrilled by the bang for your buck you get w...
ProEmbedded Git control
ProExtendable through plug-ins
It's a computational environment that also edits files.
Proeshell is cross platform
ProRectangular cut and paste
ProIntegrates planning in your development process
ProGTK+ widgets support
Pro(Almost) everything is implemented in Emacs Lisp. You are the limit.
ProHas been widely used for a long time
ProSupport multi-line editing, multiple frame, powerful paren, crazy jumping style
ProEnormous range of functionalities (way beyond simple "text editing")
ProIt's also an IDE
ProWorks in terminal or as a GUI application
Pro(Almost) everything is implemented in Emacs Lisp.
ConUsing Emacs on a new machine without your .emacs file
ConSometimes the extensibility can distract you from your actual work
I am a moderate user when it comes to a word processor. I have been a long user of Microsoft Word (still uses when needed) and later switched to Google Docs since it suits my needs. Grammarly Add-on is a plus for me.
ProEasy to cooperatively write
ProFree to use
ConGoogle Account required
Use it every day on GNU/Linux and MacOS
ProShows table of contents for the document
ProSyntax highlight for fenced codes
ProFiles tree view
ProExport to PDF and with Pandoc to many offices formats
ProTheme support / use own themes
ProAvailable for Linux, macOS, even Windows
ProEase of editing
ConNot open source
Great for almost everything, solid, opens huge files and very good at large searches across huge directories of many files.
ProBuilt-in FTP/SFTP browser
ProJust about every feature is already built in
ProGreat customer support
ProCan open very large files
ProStable development, been around for decades
Love Sublime Text. Tried Atom and the Microsoft editor and came back to this one. It's so lightweight and easy to use.
ProEasy to get started
ProMany plugins to extend functionalities
ConAnnoying whitespace management
ConInterruption while work
ConUpdates are not so frequent
Capil (50 karma) recommendsVisual Studio Code - Code Editing. Redefined
Vim's macros are the most powerful of any text editor I've used. It is also easy to extend Vim using Vim Script. I am also more productive using Vim than any other text editor since I never have to move my hands off the keyboard. Emacs is able to do this too, but Emacs' chording gives me repet...