Some might accuse me of wanting to create an echo chamber but I do want to see Twitter filtering out the crazies and the extremists. My own personal biases would rather Twitter be filled with Marxist coffee shop revolutionaries than the Ben Shapiro’s of the world.
The decisive factor will be what does it bring over vscode?
Hopefully a native, non-electron mess. I'm excited to check it out. Plugins should fix any holes with respect to vim mode ;-).
The number of users pining for Vim and Vim bindings is greatly exaggerated.
Vim, not even once.
So now I just install Neovim and then clone LunarVim :) Yeah, my own custom config is probably more slimline, but LunarVim has more functionality and started up faster than my personal config.
I disable a few things and tweak some bindings, but other than that it let's me actually develop things rather than tweaking my config.
Maybe I'll revisit this in the future, but for now I'm happy and probably more productive.
I really wanted a visual debugger I could use with the mouse like the one from Visual Studio Code.
So far there a no visual debugger tool like in any of the GUI project I know of that embed neovim.
For comparison, the most downloaded plugin is Kotlin, which has 34 million downloads, followed by Scala, which has 22 million downloads.
Number of downloads is a rather poor proxy for actual usage.
This also is an interesting tidbit:
"The query planner now omits ORDER BY clauses on subqueries and views if removing those clauses does not change the semantics of the query."
Curious how it might improve queries -- I wonder how many folks were doing potentially redundant order by's in subqueries