Mplayer is incredible. It can play almost anything on my
366 MHz G3 (that's ppc!). The feature list never ceases to amaze me;
who are you guys? Have you made all of this in your spare
I realize that mplayer mostly is the engine that ties different
input and output drivers together (depending on e.g.
libavcodec and so on to decode things) but still, an huge
amount of work must be involved. I'm very grateful for it,
it makes linux a lot more useful.
Re: A very good vi clone
> I like it better than vim and install it
> on any system that I do development on.
I think this editor is great, too. I especially like its ability
to handle multiple buffers/windows :)