(I've read enough #VIM books and maybe it's time to learn a new editor, maybe.)
... so I opened the same file in #VIM and fixed the conflicts.
Suck it, IntelliJ.
Twice today I saw people asking for IDEs on our Python group and twice I suggested #VIM.
It's really weird to not see a bunch of "ZZ" in this area from time to time.
("ZZ" is the shortcut for "save if there was some change and close the buffer" in #VIM)
And speaking of #VIM, this weekend I want to write a blog post about my experience with Tiler, the split tiling plugin.
Spoilers: It's good. Not awesome, but pretty good.
"#VIM doesn't know how to :q my heart."
After a long time, I decided to update my #vim and its plugins and now it is too damn slooooowwwww....
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