Matt Keranen 10 years ago • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 10 years ago • 3
Its something of a cliche to request Vi keybindings in an editor, but as someone who does most of his server-side development in Vim, having a client side editor with the same is helpful.
Textastic so far seems quick and easy to use, as I often just want a place to paste some code and make quick edits. Vi key bindings would eliminate some of the effort in context switching.
I am _not_ advocating Vim compatibility (macros, plugins), just movement and common ex commands (find, replace).
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I second this! Even just basic movement, cut & paste, etc would be such a plus.
Then why not use MacVim?
Don't get me wrong, I love vi and I use it daily. But I don't understand this obsession with trying to turn every text editor into a vi-alike.
https://github.com/WarWithinMe/xVim -- this basically lets your editor have "vim mode" for free. It's awesome.