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From the archives: the best text editors of 2000

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War. In our world, people get into conflicts about all sorts of matters, from religion and belief through to money and oil. And, in the Linux world, tensions can build up and overspill into flame wars on many subjects too. The most popular of these is text editors - yes, the KDE vs GNOME and GPL vs BSD arguments rage on, but the infamous combat between Emacs and Vi predates most arguments you'll see, and is just as heated today.

Nine years ago, Linux Format magazine printed a group test of the best text editors. We sent a red-shirted colleague down - deep below LXF Towers, way under the execute gym complex, far beneath Nick Veitch's cave, and down on into the archives - where we dug up that group test just for you. So, if you've already read the best distros of 2000 and the best window managers of 2000, read on for more historical Linux goodness...

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