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bug#18530: 24.3; Emacs unable to handle very large lines

From: Amit Barve
Subject: bug#18530: 24.3; Emacs unable to handle very large lines
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2014 06:56:53 +0530

Eil I accept that emacs is way powerful than vim and other
editors. Even I am also a strong supporter of emacs.

I filed this bug because for me it was very difficult to work
with "long lines" and I don't want to use some other editor
just for this purpose.

I think if we can get over this limitation of emacs it will
make emacs a little more powerful!

On Sun, Sep 28, 2014 at 9:51 PM, Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> wrote:
> From: Alexis <address@hidden>
> Date: Sun, 28 Sep 2014 20:10:45 +1000
> Cc: Amit Barve <address@hidden>
> *nod* Yes, when i open test.txt in Vim, moving to the end of the line
> with $, or to the beginning of the line with ^, both take less than a
> second. And cursor movement with j, k etc. is basically
> responsive. Whereas in Emacs, trying to move point up or down results in
> 20+ seconds of lag before point is actually moved.

Does Vim support different font sizes on the same line, inline images,
display properties, overlays, invisible text, etc.?  These features is
what makes this particular case hard; other editors don't need to
handle all that complexity.

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