Back to Emacs
If you are reading my posts, you would have realized that I had switched to
nvim and went down the rabbit hole with different configurations etc.
I think I got it to a stable state, and then I stopped tinkering.
But when I recently started coding again in Ruby, I realized that
nvim is good as an editor, but at least I was not able to configure it as IDE.
It has all the right tools (lsp, syntax highlighting, packages) yet something didn’t work 😞
That is when I came back to emacs, and realized that in emacs ecosystem,
robe was better than
Something about dynamic better than static analysis for Rails.
Then I started noticing more issues with
nvim. e.g. Simple syntax highlighting did not work for markdown files.
I still use
nvim for quick editing (I’ve been using
n(vi)m for 25 years 😄, so I’m not about leave it. Even in Emacs, I use evil mode)
I realized that instead of Telekasten I should be using
org - native to emacs, and more versatile. But markdown is universal 😄