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View Poll Results: Editor of the Year
vi/vim 370 38.30%
emacs 123 12.73%
jEdit 120 12.42%
nano 53 5.49%
pico 42 4.35%
Kate 132 13.66%
gedit 72 7.45%
Nedit 26 2.69%
joe 25 2.59%
mcedit 3 0.31%
Voters: 966. You may not vote on this poll

 
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Old 02-07-2004, 02:35 PM   #76
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Registered: Oct 2002
Location: Stoughton, MA
Distribution: Gentoo x86_64 & PPC
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I don't know why I feel compelled to post on this already closed poll, but I do

I originally voted for emacs which I was just really getting the hang of. Then one day (because of this poll) I decided to see what Kate was all about as it was getting a fair amount of votes. I think Kate is the absolute best editor I have used in any operating system! Its native syntax highlighting, feature filled search & replace function, and the combined terminal editor make it my hands down #1 choice at this time. I have also been playing around with jedit, but Kate's term emulator keeps me comming back. It just makes it so damn easy to constantly test scripts-in-progress without having to focus on another window.
 
  


 


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