@jba

Alas, yes.

This may well be the final push for me to start using emacs.

@ParadeGrotesque I've always disliked JetBrains products. I've never understood the love for them as I've found them bloated, slow, unresponsive, and, quite frankly, inferior to alternatives. But people love them...

@jba

Well, on a reasonably powered machine, they *are* responsive.

And coding with them -- especially PyCharm -- is a bit like magic: the IDE auto-suggest the next command and/or variable and is even able to suggest the completion for most libraries.

Add to this an OK support for vim keyboard commands and they have been my goto tools for a lot of stuff.

But not any more, not after seeing this.

@ParadeGrotesque I've never found their auto-suggestions to be better than anyone else (at least in the past when I've tried them...). And "reasonably powered machine" has usually meant "machine that neither I nor my employer has."

They're probably fine tools, but I don't have the hardware or patience for them.

@jba

After that screencap neither do I.

What are your go-to tools as a programmer? Asking for a friend...

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