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Programming fonts

Once a decade or so I get to review my Vim configuration, which also usually brings my attention to all the things surrounding – bash, terminal, etc.  This time around I wasn’t looking for anything in particular, but somehow I stumbled across the Top 10 Programming Fonts.  Of course, this one of those lists that will vary from person to person, but given that I am not particularly into fonts, I thought I’d just try the ones recommended and maybe switch my day-to-day font to something better.

Gladly, these days, trying TrueType Fonts on Linux is really easy.  Many are available directly through package management.  The ones that not, can be simply downloaded into the fonts folder (/usr/share/fonts or  ~/.fonts or whatever your distribution supports).  Trying out the fonts from that article, I arrived to these conclusions:

What’s your favorite font for programming?

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