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Why the fuck is vscode "Corrupt" every time I reinstall it?!?!?!?!?!

BRAH

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  • 3
    cuz it's one editor to rule them all

    Yikes 🤮
  • 1
    Show them debugging skills
  • 0
    @kanyewest THE OLD KANYE?!??!?!?
  • 1
    @kobenz dude this comment is so good.
  • 0
    because that's what vs code is. a corrupt piece of garbage that only exists to make visual studio look (barely) better in comparison.
  • 2
    try codium instead, maybe that helps 🤷
  • 2
    we are in this strange place in which an editor that automagically(it ain't magic, we all know why) opens up already using 300+mb of memory off the bat is somehow the standard.

    I have medium sized to very large projects, that thing is useless to me. If i need to use a text editor I will use my overlyconfigurated Vim editor.
  • 2
    @AleCx04 realistically i need to switch to neovim soon aswell.

    Literally 32GB are not enough, and shit starts crashing and freezing, when using vscode (or codium) on a large enough project
  • 1
    @thebiochemic Neovim is fantastic, your trajectory will be really similar, I was on Codium before I moved to Vim (and in some machines Neovim now that you mention it) pretty much full time.

    The editing in vscode and codium is really not bad, but how bloated it is is what gets me man, wish it could be better, but as long as elektron powers them thangs I will have to stick to the vimness of it.
  • 1
    That's why I got 96Gb of ram
  • 1
    I'm honored, @Demolishun
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