On Fri, 26 Jun 2020 at 04:16, Samuel Sieb wrote:
If you're going to say that you have to use vim for it to be
you're going to start another war with the emacs users. :-)
I came here with peace. Let's face it. It's always between the two. I
respect vim and I learned quite some things in vim. But I'm an emacs
user and I find the original decision between vim and emacs for 'git
commit' unfair. The decision made the experience inconsistent with
bash, to begin with (e.g. default bash shortcuts are pretty much
default emacs shortcuts)...
This proposal changes the default to a neutral light-weight editor.
Although the proposal doesn't fix the inconsistency, it's fair for
both sides. +1