VIM - the one true editor (and only editor!)
Truth is that most VIM "cool new" feature threads here deal about things, which are already bundled with emacs for far more than a decade now.
And the complexity to activate them for VIM is not smaller than configuring ("the one true") IDE-Construction-Set that emacs is.
In the end most users of all these tools end up with their own highly personalized development environment which is mostly unusable for others.
Most monks here are aware of this and don't care about such pseudo flames.
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