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Description

πŸ•ΊFast Integrated Development Environment 😻

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Introduction

πŸ’¨ The Fast IDE you can only dream of β›…

The developer needs three things: 1. Email 2. GitHub account 3. Ability to fast develop anywhere and on anything

For the third thing we created the Fast IDE
We believe that development tools should be available to everyone and therefore free of charge ✌️

We've taken tools that have been proven for decades and
added cool new features and integrated them into a single solution 🌟

Table of Contents

Instructions

We want to provide you with tools that will help you reach your full potential πŸ§‘β€πŸš€

tmux
zsh
brew
neovim
coc.nvim

Available out of the box now:

  • [x] C++ 20 (
    cmake
    )
  • [x] Python 3 (
    pip
    )
  • [x] Golang 1.14 (
    go
    )
  • [x] Node.js 12.15 (
    npm
    )

Run

docker run -it fastide/alpine zsh

Update

# for example update on Ubuntu Focal Fossa 🐱
docker run -it fastide/ubuntu:20.04 zsh
git clone https://github.com/fast-ide/fast-ide
cd fast-ide && ./install.sh

Supported OSs

# see deploy or run section
- alpine
- centos 8
- debian 10
- fedora 31
- ubuntu 18.04
- ubuntu 20.04
# see install section
- macos

Build

Example for ubuntu 20.04:

# build brew image 
cd toolbox/linuxbrew
pushd docker/ubuntu-20.04
tar -czh . | docker build -t fastide/linuxbrew-ubuntu:20.04 -
popd

build toolbox image

cd .. docker build -t fastide/toolbox-ubuntu:20.04 --build-arg OS_FAMILY=ubuntu --build-arg OS_VERSION=20.04 .

build fastide image

cd .. docker build -t fastide/ubuntu:20.04 --build-arg OS_FAMILY=ubuntu --build-arg OS_VERSION=20.04 .

after run

docker run -it fastide/ubuntu:20.04 zsh

Install

git clone --recursive https://github.com/fast-ide/fast-ide
cd fast-ide/toolbox && make all
cd .. && make install

Deploy

# for example deploy Fast IDE on your CentOS 8 🐧
docker pull fastide/centos:8
docker create -ti --name fastide fastide/centos:8 bash
docker cp fastide:/home/developer /home/ # docker rm -f fastide
sudo useradd developer && sudo passwd developer
sudo chown -R developer /home/developer
sudo usermod -aG sudo developer # optional
su - developer
zsh

Configuration

See the corresponding configuration files:

- $HOME/.zshrc
- $HOME/.tmux.conf
- $HOME/.config/nvim/init.vim

Font settings

Monaco
Apple Color Emoji (Non-ASCII Font)

FiraCode # alternative (see https://github.com/tonsky/FiraCode/wiki/Installing)

Themes 🎨

onedark:
  vim: https://github.com/joshdick/onedark.vim
  terminal: 
  - https://github.com/joshdick/onedark.vim/tree/master/term
  - https://github.com/denysdovhan/one-gnome-terminal

onehalf: # alternative vim: https://github.com/sonph/onehalf terminal: https://github.com/sonph/onehalf

#f03c15 active (input mode, active tmux window, active tmux pane) #f03c15 normal #f03c15 attention (errors, zoomed tmux pane) #f03c15 checks

True color

If you are using a terminal that does not support true color perform the following script for normal display

nvim -c "set notermguicolors" -c "Tmuxline airline" -c "TmuxlineSnapshot! ~/.tmux/line" +q 
echo "alias o='nvim -c \"set notermguicolors\"'" >> ~/.zshrc

You can check support using the following instruction: ```sh

256 color

awk 'BEGIN{ s="/\/\/\/\/\"; s=s s s s s s s s; for (colnum = 0; colnum<77; colnum++) { r = 255-(colnum*255/76); g = (colnum*510/76); b = (colnum*255/76); if (g>255) g = 510-g; printf "\033[48;2;%d;%d;%dm", r,g,b; printf "\033[38;2;%d;%d;%dm", 255-r,255-g,255-b; printf "%s\033[0m", substr(s,colnum+1,1); } printf "\n"; }'

true color

printf "\x1b[38;2;255;100;0mTRUECOLOR\x1b[0m\n" ```

Toolbox 🧰

We also have gnupg inside each docker container from the list
If you used the deployment instruction you can install it using your system package manager

Maps

tmux

prefix is ` symbol

|   split the window vertically
-   split the window horizontally
!   move the pane to a separate window

n next window

p previous window

{N} go to the N window (i.e. `3)

d close pane

w new window

W kill window

f find window

s create session

S kill session

q detach session

r source .tmux.conf config file

i install tmux plugins (https://github.com/tmux-plugins/tpm)

e switch to fpp mode (see: https://github.com/facebook/PathPicker)

u opening urls from browser (see: https://github.com/wfxr/tmux-fzf-url)

; go to previous pane

l go to previous window

L go to previous session

Tab clear pane

c close window

Shift-Left resize pane left by 5 Shift-Right resize pane right by 5 Shift-Up resize pane up by 5 Shift-Down resize pane down by 5

Ctrl-H go to the left pane Ctrl-J go to the bottom pane Ctrl-K go to the top pane Ctrl-L go to the right pane

terminal

Ctrl-A      go to the beginning of the line
Ctrl-E      go to the end of the line

Ctrl-N next insturction from history Ctrl-P previous insturction from history

Alt-C go to the directory using fuzzy search Ctrl-R find the insturction using fuzzy search Ctrl-T find file using fuzzy search

Esc switch to vi mode

# command aliases
alias c=vimcat
alias o=nvim
alias p=echo
alias r=clear

nvim

 is 
Space
symbol

You can see all settings in the configuration file

ev  open nvim config file
et  open tmux config file
ez  open zsh config file
normal mode
Ctrl-E      down 1 line
Ctrl-Y      up 1 line

vv select line V select to the end of the line

yy yank line Y yank to the end of the line

mm move line M move to the end of the line

dd delete line D delete to the end of the line

H go to the beginning of the line (alias for ^) L go to the end of the line (alias for $)

zj down half the window zk up half the window zz center the window

Z quit all

,, show list of marks ,{m} set mark m at current cursor location ;{m} jump to position (line and column) of mark '{m} jump to line (line and column) of mark '' jump back (to line in current buffer where jumped from)

file manager
f   open lf file manager (see: https://github.com/gokcehan/lf)
# use the hjkl keys to navigate and press l to open the selected file

nn open NerdTree (see: https://github.com/preservim/nerdtree)

next
n           next search
wn  next window
tn  next tab
qn  next item in quickfix list
ln  next item in location list
bn  next bookmark (see: https://github.com/MattesGroeger/vim-bookmarks)
previous
N           previous search
wp  previous window
tp  previous tab
qp  previous item in quickfix list
lp  previous item in location list
bp  previous bookmark
docs
K            run a program to lookup the keyword under the cursor
kk   display the manpage for the keyword under the cursor horizontally
kv   display the manpage for the keyword under the cursor vertically
highlight
hh  highlight a word under the cursor (see: https://github.com/t9md/vim-quickhl)
hl  toggle show special symbols
hs  toggle search highlight
edit
we  edit file in new vertical window
ee  edit file in current window
te  edit file in new tab
open or only
wo  (only) close all other windows
to  (only) close all other tabs
qo  open quickfix list
lo  open location list
bo  open bookmark list
close
wd  (destroy) close window
td  (destroy) close tab
qd  (destroy) close quickfix list
ld  (destroy) close location list
search
s{char}{char}  to move to {char}{char} (see: https://github.com/easymotion/vim-easymotion)

fb find buffer (see: https://github.com/junegunn/fzf.vim) ff find file fl find line ft find tag fh find find a file among previously opened files

ss find file type (syntax) sl find line in the current buffer st find tag in the current buffer

\ grep word under cursor (see: https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim)

preview tag
|           preview tag (see: https://github.com/skywind3000/vim-preview)
pd  (destroy) close preview

ft
generates the tags of the file if it is missing or you can generate it manually if necessary
sh
ctags -R --c++-kinds=+p --fields=+iaS --extras=+q --language-force=C++ # C++
ctags -R --fields=+l --languages=python --python-kinds=-iv             # Python
gotags -R ./**/*.go > tags                                             # Go
ctags -R                                                               # JavaScript
resize window

Meta
key is
Alt
or
Option
Ctrl-T      switch to resize window (see: https://github.com/simeji/winresizer)
ww  toogle golden ration mode (see: https://github.com/roman/golden-ratio)

Meta-Up increase the vertical size of the current window Meta-Down decrease the vertical size of the current window Meta-Right increase the horizontal size of the current window Meta-Left decrease the horizontal size of the current window

insert mode
Ctrl-E      (like in normal mode)
Ctrl-Y      (like in normal mode)

jj switch to normal mode (alias for Esc)

command mode
Ctrl-A      (like in terminal)
Ctrl-E      (like in terminal)
Ctrl-N      (like in terminal)
Ctrl-P      (like in terminal)
visual mode
Shift-S     surround object (see: https://github.com/tpope/vim-surround)
helper functions
:Cfilter[!] /{pat}/
:Lfilter[!] /{pat}/
improved maps
.           added support for visual mode
/           added winking and centering
?           added winking and centering

> added support for continuous shifting < added support for continuous shifting

b added support for camel notation e added support for camel notation w added support for camel notation

coding
gd go to symbol definition
gr go to symbol links
gi go to implementation 
(for more information see: https://github.com/neoclide/coc.nvim)

C++ projects based on cmake must be built with the

CMAKE_EXPORT_COMPILE_COMMANDS
flag
and after copying the generated compile_commands.json file to the root directory πŸ”₯

interesting settings in the configuration file .config/nvim/coc-settings.json

json
{
  "suggest": {
    "enablePreselect": true,
    "enablePreview": true,
    "noselect": false,
    "numberSelect": true
  }
}

To work correctly with the enabled

numerSelect
option, it is useful
to add exceptions using abbreviations, for example:
vim
iabbrev 3u uint32
iabbrev 6u uint64
iabbrev 8u uint8
debugging
dc start/continue debugging
ds stop debugging
dr restart debugging
dd reset debugging
db set breakpoint
di set conditional breakpoint
dj step over
dh step into
dk step out
dt run to cursor
de evalute keyword under the cursor (see: https://github.com/puremourning/vimspector)
tmux integration
vo  open vimux runner (see: https://github.com/benmills/vimux)
vp  send selected text to vimux runner
V   send text from the cursor to the end of the line to vimux runner
linter integration

All errors which are identified by the linter are in the location list
You can navigate to them using the keyboard shortcuts:

lo
,
ln
,
lp
(see their description above)
For more information see: https://github.com/dense-analysis/ale

How To

how to build a project with Makefile ?

:Make
how to build a project with Makefile in background ?
:Asyncrun make

how to build a project without Makefile ?

vim
" cmake prjoect example
:Dispatch cmake --build _build
how to build a project without Makefile in background ?
vim
" cmake prjoect example
:Asyncrun cmake --build _build
how to run tests for a project ?
vim
" go project example
:Dispatch ginkgo ./...

You can view the output of commands launched using

AsyncRun

in the quickfix list using keyboard shortcut:
qo

For more information see: - https://github.com/tpope/vim-dispatch - https://github.com/skywind3000/asyncrun.vim

Plans πŸ’‘

We want to change the way we think about the development process,
make it fast, convenient, collaborative, and accessible to everyone

One of the key development vectors is providing the ability to easily deploy the environment
and provide access to other users of the Github service to solve issues together
A cool feature is to make it possible directly from the browser with the ability
to stream the terminal to the corresponding issue page πŸŽ‰

health care ❀️

we want to help programmers to be more healthy: - be able to work remotely from any location so that you don't have to spend time traveling - perform their duties faster and as a result spend less time at the computer - work in a color scheme that will protect the eyes from excessive load

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Many thanks to the people and organizations that make this possible:


Tim Pope

πŸ”Œ

Andrew Radev

πŸ”Œ

Chiel ten Brinke

πŸ”Œ

Mattes Groeger

πŸ”Œ

Shougo

πŸ”Œ

Xuyuan Pang

πŸ”Œ

Andy Stewart

πŸ”Œ

Amir Salihefendic

πŸ”Œ

Ben Mills

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Kevin Le

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Christian Brabandt

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Chris Toomey

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Dhruva Sagar

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easymotion

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Evgeni Kolev

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Greg Dietsche

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Fatih Arslan

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Tyler Akins

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Matt Wozniski

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Greg Sexton

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haya14busa

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Honza Pokorny

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inside

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itchyny

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Jeff Kreeftmeijer

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Miao Jiang

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Junegunn Choi

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Kartik Shenoy

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Alisue

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machakann

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Jan Larres

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Matthias Vogelgesang

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Marco Hinz

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Miles Z. Sterrett

πŸ”Œ

Nate Kane

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neoclide

πŸ”Œ

Nate Peterson

πŸ”Œ

Ben Williams

πŸ”Œ

Richard Adenling

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Linda_pp

πŸ”Œ

Roman Gonzalez

πŸ”Œ

Ben Jackson

πŸ”Œ

Martin Grenfell

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simeji

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Steve Losh

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Linwei

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Son A. Pham

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Steve Vermeulen

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t9md

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Terry Ma

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tmux-plugins

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Adolfo Abegg

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Alexandros KozΓ‘k

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Joe Block

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All Contributors

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Contributing 🀝

  • You can describe a cool feature by creating an issue with a description and the
    feature
    label
  • See the issue list, we have a
    help wanted
    label for those tasks that you can help solve
  • You can assign the problem to yourself, specify the milestone, and prepare a PR
  • We have a
    question
    label for issues where we want to hear your opinion

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