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

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on reddit.com/r/tmux

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  • vim-tmux-navigator

    Seamless navigation between tmux panes and vim splits

    https://github.com/christoomey/vim-tmux-navigator 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

    https://github.com/tmux-python/tmuxp provides essential startup utility and scriptability.

  • nvim-ctrl

    Control neovim instances using the command line.

    https://github.com/chmln/nvim-ctrl, 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 https://github.com/erikw/tmux-powerline since I feel that the default look in tmux is a bit hard to parse visually.

  • Dotfiles

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