I've seen a few people recommending a GUI for vim and I had never really given one a shot so I decided to take up one of your suggestions and do so. Today we're looking at an application known as Goneovim which as the name implies is written in go, it has some neat features but is it worth running a GUI for, I'll let you see. This is just another step on my quest to turn vim into emacs.
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