I hadn’t even heard of Onivim and Geany!
@Tomas, what do you like/dislike about Geany?
Here’s a vid about Onivim, it looks really interesting!
Not an Electron app, but built using Reason’s Revery framework (meant to be more performant) - this is from their readme:
Onivim 2 is a reimagination of the Oni editor. Onivim 2 aims to bring the speed of Sublime, the language integrationof VSCode, and the modal editing experience of Vim together, in a single package.
Onivim 2 is built in
reason using the
Onivim 2 uses
libvim to manage buffers and provide authentic modal editing, and features a fast, native front-end. In addition, Onivim 2 leverages the VSCode Extension Host process in its entirety - meaning, eventually, complete support for VSCode extensions and configuration.
Modern UX - an experience on par with modern code editors like VSCode and Atom
VSCode Plugin Support - use all of the features of VSCode plugins, including language servers and debuggers
Cross-Platform - works on Windows, OSX, and Linux
Batteries Included - works out of the box
Performance - no compromises: native performance, minimal input latency
Easy to Learn - Onivim 2 should be comfortable for non-vimmers, too!
The goal of this project is to build an editor that doesn’t exist today - the speed of a native code editor like Sublime, the power of modal editing, and the rich tooling that comes with a lightweight editor like VSCode.
100% VimL compatibility - we may not support all features of VimL plugins / configuration.
Are you on Onivim 2 beta @foxtrottwist? Sounds like one to watch for sure!!