I'm a long time vim developer and have no plans to try another editor.
After working with credo for a while and needing to sort aliases alphabetically, I found that this feature is built into vim.
Let's imagine you have these aliases:
Rather than needing to focus in on alphabetizing the aliases manually to satisfy Credo, select the modules with Shift + V.
Then you can enter :sort to envoke the sort function.
This is a real time-saver when you have many files to process.