What’s your home office setup?

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  • yabai

    A tiling window manager for macOS based on binary space partitioning

    For OSX, most of the time I full screen apps, and use my laptop screen for Slack or some auxiliary tool. Most of the actual window management happens with vim splits. Recently I've been trying a WM called yabai with mixed success so far.

  • dotfiles

    My dotfiles. 🧙‍♂️ (by bhalash)

    On top of learning the keyboard and finding a good layout, I had to make (again - see a trend?) hundreds of small tweaks to application configurations.

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  • nvim-treesitter-refactor

    Refactor module for nvim-treesitter

    Oh! I've actually never tried Emacs text navigation. My brief stint with Emacs was with Spacemacs (w/ the evil-mode plugin). If I knew any lisp when I had given Spacemacs a whirl then there's a chance I may have stuck with it. I've played with Clojure a bit. Ah, it appears that you're a data-eng -- heavy on the Python. Are you trying to mimic something that PyCharm provides? I'm just happy that LSP has come where it has in such little time and that's already improved working with code in various languages quite a bit. Neovim moves incredibly fast and having LuaJIT with support for Lua had completely opened the floodgates for ports of old Vim plugins and made way for newer ones with floating windows/floating terminals. There are two projects each with hundreds of stars on GitHub meant to mimic or one-up org-mode (one has an entirely new spec) with immense development activity. The one-up that Neovim has over Vim presently is tree-sitter (because the core team wrote a wrapper) and exposes a Lua interface for plugin devs that want to use it. It's been neat for themes and my new favorite find-and-replace plugin (https://github.com/nvim-treesitter/nvim-treesitter-refactor). Because there's type data coming from the AST, it's much less likely to have accidental replacements (if at all). It looks like Emacs is making some headway here, though: https://github.com/emacs-tree-sitter

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