Software development veteran who's always used vim -- should I be using tmux?

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  • vim-tmux-navigator

    Seamless navigation between tmux panes and vim splits or

  • nvim-tmux-navigation

    Easy Neovim-Tmux navigation, completely written in Lua

  • Zigi

    Close all those tabs. Zigi will handle your updates.. Zigi monitors Jira and GitHub updates, pings you when PRs need approval and lets you take fast actions - all directly from Slack! Plus it reduces cycle time by up to 75%.

  • tmuxp

    :computer: tmux session manager. built on libtmux provides essential startup utility and scriptability.

  • nvim-ctrl

    Control neovim instances using the command line., since you're using LunarVim, looks handy (just found it yesterday) for cases where I've got multiple vim instances running in different windows and I want to quit them all, change background from daylight color to nighttime color, etc.

  • tmux-powerline

    A hackable statusbar for tmux consisting of dynamic & beautiful looking segments, inspired by vim-powerline, written purely in bash.

    When it comes to configuration I'd take the time to set up something like since I feel that the default look in tmux is a bit hard to parse visually.

  • Dotfiles

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