On Thu, Aug 11, 2005 at 08:52:54AM -0700, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting kevin lyda (kevin+dated+1124205249.bb8ae4 at ie.suberic.net):
>> > does anyone use nvi? how does it compare with vim? are there nifty
> > things in nvi that us vim users are missing?
>> nvi is as close to a bug-for-bug-compatible reimplementation of
> primordial vi as its authors could contrive -- believe it or not.
>> This is not the editor you're looking for. Move along.
Thanks for thæt quick overview on the differences between nvi and vim.
I don't think I'll be trying nvi out at all now, considering your advice
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