I’m an unabashed VIM user but I want to use the features we’ve come to expect in software like Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code. Most modern text editors have a “VIM-mode” plugin, sometimes embedding NeoVIM inside the editor to deal with modes and movements, but it never feels as responsive as I want. This might be my middle way.


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What is this Place?

This is the weblog of the strangely disembodied TRST. Here it attempts to write somewhat intelligibly on, well, anything really. Overall, it may be less than enticing.