On 25/06/20 20:50 +0200, Jan Kratochvil wrote:
On Thu, 25 Jun 2020 19:18:59 +0200, Ben Cotton wrote:
> In contrast, Nano offers the kind of graphical text editing experience
> that people are used to,
This is another step trying to make Fedora end-user friendly while the only
effect is making it hostile to developers. As Fedora will never be used by
end-users as it conflicts with Fedora's foundation Freedom. With each such
step it takes more and more effort to make a new Fedora installation usable by
a developer (setenforce 0, dnf remove bash-completion, remove rhgb quiet etc.).
As a developer, I don't disable any of those.
Bash's own built-in completion causes me more issues than
bash-completion does, try 'ls $HOME/<TAB>' without the direxpand
option set, and tell me what on earth that is for.
Apart from sshd settings (which can now be set in
/etc/ssh/ssh_config.d - hoorah!) the only thing I absolutely insist on
changing on a new Fedora install is to disable abrt. No, I don't want
to report it to bugzilla every time a unit test or quick hacked
together piece of code terminates abnormally.
Anyway, I find it hard to believe that serious developers are
unable/unwilling to set their own choice of EDITOR. A systemwide
default EDITOR=nano shouldn't cause them any real difficulty.