Hattie Cat (hattiecat)'s status on Sunday, 19-Mar-2017 12:01:14 UTC Hattie Cat @verius ?! Then again I don't know what features vim has that vi hasn't. If it's just for editing config files then maybe you don't need the extra baggage? Worst case I use ed but only a Hair Shirt ascetic would do so voluntarily.
Hattie Cat (hattiecat)'s status on Sunday, 19-Mar-2017 12:07:29 UTC Hattie Cat @verius Ah, the 'only one undo' step would be a downer. But I'm assuming that its main use on a cloud server would be sysadmin rather than writing docs or doing development. There's something to be said for not including pointless bloat.Bob Mottram likes this.
Mike Gerwitz (mikegerwitz)'s status on Sunday, 19-Mar-2017 17:35:25 UTC Mike Gerwitz @hattiecat I've been using vim for over 10 years and when I'm unfortunate enough to log onto a box and discover I have only vi, my world unravels.
I can use it, but vim is very, very different. Their excellent documentation states what is and isn't available in vi.