Here is a nice article about using VIM as a Python IDE.
Here is a good page that gives VI users the equivalent Emacs commands for very common actions.
This is sure to help those of us making the transition!
Today I uninstalled VIM.
It is the only way that I will be able to give Emacs a fair shot!
Emacs is a text editor built on top of a Lisp (Elisp) interpreter. The full API of the both text editor and the Lisp interpreter itself is available to the user.
For this reason, along with the fact that there are hundreds and hundreds of useful additions available to Emacs, I am learning it.
There isn’t anything more to it than that!
Limp brings Common Lisp to VIM.