Hi Atom Fans
New here but have fond memories of a powerful text (character) editor named TECO (~1960s). Actually, “TECO is not only an editor but also an interpreted programming language for text manipulation”. It was used at some point (~ 1976) to create Emacs.
I am wondering if the Atom Editor has or could have contextual find and replace, such that one can search on a target and do a replace relative (in word or character space) to that target.
Further, what about scripting in macros? TECO was more lightweight and enigmatic in syntax while I could never get around to using one of the various incarnations of Emacs. I found vi to be almost enough. But I miss TECO!