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Here is a great into to vim (yes the guy seems like a bit of a tool at first):
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The guys who told me about it all use Macs. They are Rails guys who used to use Textmate. But I really wasn't convinced until I started using it. It's very hard to learn though.Don_U wrote:Never used Vim but going to look at the vid this afternoon. I use a MacAir for everything outside of finding the 1TB USB of music I have it is comfortable. I think the latency is USB related anyway.
Damn, wish I'd known about that a few months ago. I've recently created my resume using LaTeX. It looks awesome now, but I sure would have liked something with some easier syntax. =DDon_U wrote:wkpdf is a command line application that you install from Ruby Gems. It creates beautiful PDFs from HTML and has many options.
Na they were already using Macs and were discussing me moving to one too without much reasoning given. Then again I suppose reasoning doesn't usually come into religious arguments. =D Anyway those guys are awesome, that was just a little thing.Don_U wrote:Related: A while back you mentioned that the company you were working for was switching to Macs...how did that work out?
Got any example output? I couldn't see any examples on the site so I did this search and the first three pdfs look quite ugly to me, although the flexibility of content looks cool:Don_U wrote:It creates beautiful PDFs from HTML and has many options.