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From "David Graham" <>
Subject Re: Why are people are up on Struts
Date Sat, 14 Dec 2002 20:26:05 GMT
Eclipse has an emacs key bindings setting so you can use those commands if 
you like.  In the upcoming version it supports user defined key bindings so 
you could use vi commands or anything else.


>From: Eddie Bush <>
>Reply-To: "Struts Developers List" <>
>To: Struts Developers List <>
>Subject: Re: Why are people are up on Struts
>Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2002 13:48:10 -0600
>micael wrote:
>>Anyone who calls vim "vi" is simply not in a position to judge it.  
>>Anyway, I do understand the initial ease of a GUI.  I like the speed you 
>>get after spending a half-hour to an hour learning something like vim.  I 
>>hate moving a mouse around and would rather do it with my fingers that are 
>>already on the keyboard.
>The executable on my system is still called "vi" :-) ... so I feel I'm 
>justified in calling it "vi" ;-O  I too see a place for the IDEs - powering 
>a plugin to enable UML-ing things is one feature that I'm finding 
>attractive.  I need to get back to trying Eclipse soon -- and that oomoogoo 
>plugin for UML (no that's not the exact name - the one at  
>Plus ... refactorings etc - there are a few reasons to like an IDE - I 
>don't view straight coding as one of them though ;-O
>Eddie Bush
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