ricardodacosta
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Besides CLI editors, what are you using?

I'm using Atom (https://atom.io) because it is

- open source

- works on many platforms (Linux, Mac, Windows)

- extremely extensible

- has IDE-like features

- has autocompletion

- has git integration 

- works with many programming languages

- has realtime collaboration (I can help others with their code)

I use it for Ansible, Puppet, Python, Perl, OpenShift, building RPMS. 

Do you use Atom too? Why?

 

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LLRobinson
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I use LibreOffice Writer and save everything as unicode text files.

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mattikbk
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Same.

Olaf
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Hi,
I actually deliver Red Hat trainings (mostly OpenShift) with Emacs.
I like to have an easy way to search through the shell output and when I have to edit JSON/YAML, emacs has the correct modes for it.
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buvaneshkumar
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I use Visual Studio and I'm pretty much settled with it.

ragrawal
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I would say that the Visual Studio Code is better, because of the following features:

1. Supports extensions of many languages

2. You can edit code side by side

3. Preview

4. Integrated Version Control

5. Solid Debugging Support

Rajat Agrawal
JorgeAndrade
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Sublime Text is great, check it out!

 But vi rocks!!

 

Rik_NL
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VIM for when im on a Linux system, and Sublime Text / Visual Studio Code when im on Mac or Wintendo.

I tried Atom but i cannot get used to the UI

Dmitriy
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Agree! Sublime is great. And it has a vintage mode which allow you to work with it as in vim =)

Chris_C
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Ricardo, your post rememeber me the first big "forum troll battle" , hehehe. Obviously vi vs emacs... this is a "XXi century remake" . The same idea but with CI/CD. :D

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ricardodacosta
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No trolling at all :)

I asked this question because the responses give our learning community insight into the tools used in the real world.

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