Developers use a lot of customizable tools, and it’s easy to reason through most of them. While text editors and IDEs come with config files and community standards for customizations, Unix-like shells can feel barren in comparison. However, fish shell acts as a highly configurable alternative to other shells.
Way back in 2011, I wrote a blog post showing how to Run Tests from MacVim via Terminal.app or iTerm.app. I’ve been using that setup for years without a problem, but when iTerm2 Version 3 was released, it stopped working. I’ve updated the AppleScript and am posting it here for anyone who wants to run […]
I have been looking at ways to simplify remote pairing. I was happy to find out about a new project called wemux. wemux is a script that simplifies the management of shared tmux sessions.
Tmux has been getting a lot of attention lately. As George Nachman works toward a deeper integration of iTerm2 with tmux, more people are becoming aware of the ‘other’ terminal multiplexer. Around the office, people have been asking how I use tmux. While I’m also an avid iTerm2 user, I’m not sure if the new […]
For the past several weeks I have been using MacVim as my primary editor for Ruby coding. My workflow has been to edit some code, Command-Tab over to a Terminal window and run a test by either typing the command, or using the up-arrow to run the same test I had already typed in. This […]