Apr 22, 06:16 PM
Less talking, more sparking.
Many moons ago, when I was a CS student, I became interested in the editor wars. My intrest was sparked by how painful it was to edit files remotely using things like Pico or Nano. After a bit a of research I chose VI over Emacs because VI seemed more obscure and complicated, and thus I would feel smarter while using it.
While I like VIM on the command line is great, the GUI versions have always felt kind of kludgy to me. I think this is because VI was never really designed to have a GUI, it is a retrofit.
One day on reddit I was in an editor thread busily spamming out my favorite Emax jokes and I noticed there was a lot of support for an editor called Sublime Text . I decided to try it out and after a week I was hooked. After a month I had even paid for it!
Top5 things I like about Sublime Text :
#The neat little minimap on the right hand side.
#The defualt color shcheme is amazing.
#Multi line text editing!
#Super easy to turn on VIM mode.
#Works on all three major operating systems.
I made this video as a warning to wear your safety goggles. Seriously do not get solder flux in your eye. I was in the shower rinsing the eye about 20 seconds after this happend. My eye was more or less normal after a few hours and much rinsing. If it had been acid flux I would probably be at the hospital.
NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY INTO LASER WITH REMAINING EYE
The MSDS says this flux is made from:
4% rosin (like from pine trees)
3% 2-butanol (a secondary alcohol)