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If you use the Vim editor (or one of it’s counterparts like gVim), use the RubyTest Vim Plugin, and you use RSpec for some of your testing then you might run into a problem that I was experiencing where it … Continue reading
The thing about editors like Emacs or Vim (VI Improved) is that they are completely cross platform. There is a version of both that runs on all operating systems (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc). In fact, VI is part of the Unix standard and any version of Unix doesn’t actually qualify as Unix without VI being installed. Continue reading