180 bookmarks. First posted by fintelkai april 2012.
The Text Triumvirate is an alliance between the zsh, vim, and tmux. Each of these venerable tools is extremely powerful in its own right; however, together they are an unmatched productivity force that rules all forms of text manipulation. This post aims to provide an overview of how to create a highly functional and easy to configure Text Triumvirate for those new to this tool chain. I try to focus on aspects of how to integrate zsh, vim, and tmux with particular focus on my experiences with two common problems—copy/paste functionality and color aesthetics.vim shell programme tools usability to_try tutorial links resources linux unix osx zsh tmux
november 2012 by archangel
Several people have contacted me asking how to setup tmux with the attractive status bar I displayed in the above screenshot. I learned how to do this from the wemux project. Assuming you have installed vim-powerline and are using patched fonts, you can simply append the following lines your your .tmux.conf file to get my status bar style. Thanks Matt Furden!editor tmux vim zsh
september 2012 by bowbaq
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