Re: [dev] Sandy editor

From: Aurélien Aptel <>
Date: Fri, 27 May 2011 10:29:17 +0200

On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 4:52 AM, John Matthewman <> wrote:
> Yea, probably a good idea (of course, ignoring Emacs' chained
> keybindings). Sandy would benefit from a better set of default
> bindings. Though for reference you might want to look at something
> like mg [], or one of
> the other micro Emacs implementations, as they'll have the most
> important bindings and commands, and you won't have to sift through
> all of the extra garbage that is Emacs.

*Please*, use sane keybindings. Emacs and vi were made with a specific
keyboard from the 70s in mind. A time were the hjkl keys had little
arrows on them. A triangle layout (wqsd or ijkl for example) is much
easier to type.

Highly recommended readings from the (in?)famous Xah Lee:

Keyboard related (prepare for some time warp if you start reading):
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