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    After reading the comment section of the original article, it’s really an advertisement for Emacs org mode.

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      Can relate to this. And even if you’re not handling large files or ToC, there is a Vim plugin for everything, and they make everything easier and faster. (Assuming you know how to Vim of course)

      Anyway, reading that he’s using vim in WSL hurt my feelings. As much as WSL is a technical marvel and maybe even a miracle, it’s slow as hell when translating system calls. The author could just use a native Vim build for windows outside of there, or on cygwin, and save even more time…