For #emacs users who use ripgrep: there is a quite wonderful "rg" package for Emacs.
M-x rg-dwim - greps in the current project for the symbol under the cursor
M-x rg - uses ripgrep, similar to M-x grep
Also, for anyone who really enjoys #Emacs but really hates having to install 200mb of files for a text editor, there's a text editor called zile that has a similar emacs style (keyboard shortcuts 4 dayz), but is pretty small and fairly stripped down (meaning no macros/extensibility).
All-in-all pretty solid and recommended by me, for whatever that's worth :3
I have a function in my #Emacs 🐃 configuration, added to various major mode hooks, which sets the cursor to a bar (the default is a box). Tonight I’m going to 1. make it check whether the buffer is read-only, and 2. have it toggle the cursor appearance along with ‘read-only-mode’. https://github.com/amdt/dot-files/blob/master/init.org#my-set-bar-cursor
@PresGas I'm on Freenode for #emacs (and #sql when I'm at work); and some other channels, too... I'm on OFTC for #bitlbee only. Where do you hang out? The channels got to be such a mess that I wrote an extension to my IRC client, screenshot here: https://github.com/kensanata/rcirc-menu#rcirc-menu
I use #Emacs as a glorified #IRC client but with #Bitlbee, the number of IRC channels I'm in has exploded. So many #Discord channels. And some #Mastodon channels. And my #Twitter accounts. It's crazy. The Emacs modeline is no longer enough to display IRC activity. I wrote a little Rcirc Menu mode to handle it for me. https://github.com/kensanata/rcirc-menu
The missing piece of the puzzle: eyebrowse
Using #Emacs as an RSS feed client with the awesome elfeed.