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    The short documentation shows some careful thinking about the user experience, and trying to bring useful features (fuzzy finding, jump to symbol) into an (apparently) unbloated editor. Vim is awesome, but the performance starts to suffer as you start adding more plugins.

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      Does this have any selling points compared to existing text editors other than its being written in rust?

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          But Vim already has that? I use vim through tmux exclusively, never gvim.

          Why is it better than Vim?

          It’s OK if it’s not better than Vim right now, but I’m just curious about the motivation.