interesting that folks are mentioning postfix. i ran a mail server at a company ~15 years ago using postfix. love seeing that it has survived! :)
almost a month of using spacevim for work and personal projects, tonight i've uninstalled it and switched to plain vim.
tbh, i prefer plain ol' vim. don't get me wrong, spacevim is nice, and it definitely makes it simple to install and manage plugins. but, with the new builtin plugin management system in vim8, it's actually pretty easy to install and manage plugins yourself. i'm also finding it easier to customize each of the plugins to my liking.
Hmmm, nvm. Gonna just use xclip, simple enough.
been using spacevim for a couple weeks, and i have to say i'm pleasantly surprised. i've been thinking about going back to vim for a couple years, but got caught up in the hype of vscode (though i do still like vscode).
ultimately, i do so much work outside the ide, from the commandline, that i don't actually use the tools that most ide's provide.
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