Spacemacs vs SpaceVim vs Vundle

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Pros of Spacemacs
Pros of SpaceVim
Pros of Vundle
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    Advanced support for Vim key bindings
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    Easy setup
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    Never have to touch the mouse
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    Community-driven configuration
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    Fast-paced development
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    Nice UI
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    Git Integration
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    Easy to get started with
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    Easy to update
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    Attractive default theme
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    Realtime Guide
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    Setting up language servers just works
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    Better default
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    What is Spacemacs?

    Since version 0.101.0 and later Spacemacs totally abolishes the frontiers between Vim and Emacs. The user can now choose his/her preferred editing style and enjoy all the Spacemacs features. Even better, it is possible to dynamically switch between the two styles seamlessly which makes it possible for programmers with different styles to do seat pair programming using the same editor.

    What is SpaceVim?

    SpaceVim is a Modular configuration, a bundle of custom settings and plugins, for Vim. It got inspired by spacemacs.

    What is Vundle?

    Vundle is short for Vim bundle and is a Vim plugin manager.

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    Vim is an advanced text editor that seeks to provide the power of the de-facto Unix editor 'Vi', with a more complete feature set. Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text editing. It is an improved version of the vi editor distributed with most UNIX systems. Vim is distributed free as charityware.
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