I've very recently started trialing VIM, and I like what it can do, but its unfamiliar keybindings and modes of operation are daunting.
I want that sort of power in a Text-Editor... but if I don't need to change my keyboard habits so drastically, I'd be happier.
I read that CREAM is built directly onto a VIM base, so I tried it.
CREAM feels a bit more like the type of Text-Editor I am used to; Notepad++
Notepad++ is Windows-only, and is too buggy in Wine, and I'd rather a cross-platform solution...
but... Can CREAM do everything that VIM can?
Is CREAM restricted in any way by tweaking VIM so far out of its natural shape?