|11 months ago||13 days ago|
|MIT License||MIT License|
Stars - the number of stars that a project has on GitHub. Growth - month over month growth in stars.
Activity is a relative number indicating how actively a project is being developed. Recent commits have higher weight than older ones.
For example, an activity of 9.0 indicates that a project is amongst the top 10% of the most actively developed projects that we are tracking.
tmux-nested: a plugin for nested tmux workflows
2 projects | /r/commandline | 9 Dec 2023
Hi all, I just released tmux-nested, a plugin that lets you easily work with nested tmux sessions (often the case if you run tmux both locally and on a remote machine). It is an alternative to tmux-suspend that allows you to go arbitrarily deep with the nesting (tmux-suspend stops at one). Feedback is welcome and very appreciated!
Use same tmux keybindings on both your local and nested remote tmux sessions painlessly! This lets you suspend your local session, so that you can interact with the nested remote session directly.
5 projects | /r/tmux | 7 May 2021
How would I get the name of the program running in the window that zellij run was ran in?
2 projects | /r/zellij | 27 Nov 2023
I'm a tmux migrant and wanted functionality similar to tmux-navigator for vim. In short, it lets me bind the same key combination to change vim splits and tmux scripts that either switch panes or forward the input to the vim plugin that does one of the other. Say you have an empty pane, a pane with vim with two splits and a third pane pane all in a line. The first time the user wants to move focus, vim is not running so the script simply moves focus in tmux. The scond time the user presses the bind, it's passed to vim and the vim plugin sees you have a split to move to so you move focus between splits. The third press the plugin realizes that there are no more panes, so it moves you to the final tmux pane.
2 projects | /r/neovim | 21 Apr 2023
For example, the killer plugin in tmux for me would be vim-tmux-navigator which allows you to switch seemlessly between Vim and tmux. The reason why you would want this is because tmux is a better option than using Vim's built-in terminal.
wow: Tmux navigation works out-of-the-box!
3 projects | /r/AstroNvim | 8 Feb 2023
Plugin for following logs?
2 projects | /r/neovim | 23 Jan 2023
Might I suggest tmux? You'd get all you needed and there is a nice plugin https://github.com/christoomey/vim-tmux-navigator that lets you set up a single layer of movement keys (i use ctrl-h/j/k/l) to move around between both nvim splits and tmux splits.
using nvim + tmux
6 projects | /r/neovim | 10 Jan 2023
To begin, you should check out tmux plugins manger/tpm, which will feel pretty familiar if you're used to working with nvim plugins. Once you have that up and running you can plug vim-tmux-navigator, which allows you to move smoothly through tmux and nvim panes using ctrl-h/j/k/l. There are various other tmux plugins that are super-useful for customizing your tmux workspace.
Getting Started with Tmux
12 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Dec 2022
Tmux becomes more awesome when you use something like Alacritty or Kitty and map your system's key (Apple's command key or... whatever it would be on Linux or Windows) and use that as your "tmux key". That way you can make single-chord bindings for all things tmux and life becomes better. If you use Vim, adding VimTmuxNavigator improves things so much. For example, to seemlessly switch between panes, be they tmux panes or vim panes, I use `cmd-h`, `cmh-j`, `cmd-k`, `cmd-l`.
It's possible to achieve "command as tmux key" with iTerm which I did do for years but I don't recommend it. It's very hacky.
Why is Tmux better than neovim's built-in terminal?
8 projects | /r/neovim | 12 Nov 2022
To simplify the commands to navigate between windows, you can use https://github.com/christoomey/vim-tmux-navigator - then you can seamlessly move between terminals and neovim panes with the same shortcut. Moving windows is still different.
Leap.nvim: Neovim’s Answer to the Mouse
27 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Oct 2022
Software development veteran who's always used vim -- should I be using tmux?
6 projects | /r/tmux | 3 Oct 2022
What took the longest to get use to?!
2 projects | /r/vim | 25 Sep 2022
I use tmux all the time and I'm in vim most of the time too. They completely integrate with eachother with vim-tmux-navigator. Use the same keybinding to move across tmux panes and vim and vim splits.
What are some alternatives?
tmux.nvim - A tiny plugin for seamless switching between vim splits and tmux panes
i3-resurrect - Simple solution to saving and restoring i3 workspaces
tilix - A tiling terminal emulator for Linux using GTK+ 3
alpha-nvim - a lua powered greeter like vim-startify / dashboard-nvim
Tmuxinator - Manage complex tmux sessions easily
vim-plug - :hibiscus: Minimalist Vim Plugin Manager
wezterm - A GPU-accelerated cross-platform terminal emulator and multiplexer written by @wez and implemented in Rust
tmuxp - 🖥️ tmux session manager. built on libtmux
neovim - Vim-fork focused on extensibility and usability
tmux-resurrect - Persists tmux environment across system restarts.