Config files for vim and tmux.
Config files for vim and tmux, lovingly tended by a small subculture of peace-loving hippies. Built for Mac OS X.
,dbrings up NERDTree, a sidebar buffer for navigating and manipulating files
,tbrings up ctrlp.vim, a project file filter for easily opening specific files
,brestricts ctrlp.vim to open buffers
,astarts project search with ag.vim using the silver searcher (like ack, but faster)
csdelete/change surrounding characters (e.g.
'Hey!') with vim-surround
gcctoggles current line comment
gctoggles visual selection comment lines
vaivisually select in or around the cursor's indent
vpreplaces visual selection with default register without yanking selected text (works with any visual selection)
,[space]strips trailing whitespace
,lbegins aligning lines on a string, usually used as
,l=to align assignments
prefix vmakes a vertical split
prefix smakes a horizontal split
If you have three or more panes: *
prefix +opens up the main-horizontal-layout *
prefix =opens up the main-vertical-layout
You can adjust the size of the smaller panes in
tmux.confby lowering or increasing the
This will update all installed plugins using Vundle's
:PluginInstall!command. Any errors encountered during this process may be resolved by clearing out the problematic directories in ~/.vim/bundle.
:help PluginInstallprovides more detailed information about Vundle.
In your home directory, Maximum Awesome creates
.tmux.conf.localfiles where you can customize Vim and tmux to your heart’s content. However, we’d love to incorporate your changes and improve Vim and tmux for everyone, so feel free to fork Maximum Awesome and open some pull requests!
Note that this won't remove everything, but your vim configuration should be reset to whatever it was before installing. Some uninstallation steps will be manual.
Before creating your pull request, consider whether the feature you want to add is something that you think every user of maximum-awesome should have. Is it support for a very common language people would ordinarily use vim to write? Is it a useful utility that does not change many defaults and composes well with other parts of maximum-awesome? If so then perhaps it would be a good fit. If not, perhaps keep it in your
*.localfiles. This does not apply to bug fixes.
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
git push origin my-new-feature)
Any contributors to the master maximum-awesome repository must sign the Individual Contributor License Agreement (CLA). It's a short form that covers our bases and makes sure you're eligible to contribute.
When you have a change you'd like to see in the master repository, send a pull request. Before we merge your request, we'll make sure you're in the list of people who have signed a CLA.
Thanks to the vimsters at Square who put this together. Thanks to Tim Pope for his awesome vim plugins.