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    My personal blog isn’t on Gatsby—it’s on Blot—but I recently implemented the same idea. Although, I went with “Last modified” verbiage as my implementation was tied directly to file mtime. It also seemed more fitting (compared to “Last updated”) as my personal blog is relatively technical.

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      Pretty cool. I might change it to “Last modified”, it makes more sense.

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      typing :Commands if you are using the vim-fugitive plugin

      I think you meant :Commits ?

      But otherwise, looks fairly similar to how I use fzf, nice write-up.

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        Yes, my bad. I fixed it now, thanks.

        I might do one post on fzf usage in the command-line, there are many mind-blowing things there.

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        Has anybody else done this? I’m trying to reproduce this for an experiment and I’m only getting 320 packages for

        $ npm install --save-dev @babel/core @babel/cli @babel/preset-env @babel/preset-react
        

        As opposed to the claimed 4200 packages. It skipped the fsevents dependency because I’m on windows, does change things?

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          I am on Mac OS and I get that around 3k packages got audited. Maybe it depends on the versions of these libraries and that fsevent being skipped.

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          But how did vim achieve fame? It had a bunch of excellent features at that time, and it was compatible with vi. Features and compatibility attracted a lot of folks to use it.

          Since I’m currently reading Crossing the Chasm, this text connected. The chasm is between the early adopters and the early majority. The difference is that early adopters desire change while the early majority desire productivity improvement without change. WIth a focus on backwards-compatibility, maybe vim has unintentionally crossed the chasm which devoured so many other vi-clones?

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            You described it so nicely! I think that was it.

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              You may be on the mark there. neovim has completely replaced vi/vim for day-to-day use for me - :terminal is just such a life changing command (when combined with splits) that almost any other deficiencies would be worth the pain. (Such as the extremely awkward ^\ ^N sequence to escape the terminal, so I just use the mouse instead.)

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              I honestly can’t tell if this is meant to be sarcastic or not when it talks about “is this bad? [y/N]” at the end.

              It seems to be straight-faced, but then it says stuff like “always upgrade packages with care and look into what they are using/adding” which is clearly impossible?

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                What do you feel, is it bad?