Vim is an open source and popular text editor for the Unix-like system. Tmux is an open source software. Of course, on their own, they are both awesome tools for sysadmin, DevOps, and terminal users. This tutorial explains how to put both of them together to increase your productivity.
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In this post we’ll look at a few ways of customizing tmux and vim to help get more done with less typing and context switching. Configuring tmux and vim to get the exact behavior you want is often a time consuming endeavor, but in my view it’s worth it. Over the last few years of using tmux and vim together, I’ve found a few tips and plugins that have really stood out. This post is a collection of those essential tips that have become indispensable parts of my development workflow.
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