This is a simple vim script to send portion of text from a vim buffer to a running tmux session.
It is based on slime.vim http://technotales.wordpress.com/2007/10/03/like-slime-for-vim/, but use tmux instead of screen. However, compared to tmux, screen doesn't have the notion of panes. So, the script was adapted to take panes into account.
Note: If you use version of tmux earlier than 1.3, you should use the stable branch. The version available in that branch isn't aware of panes so it will paste to pane 0 of the window.
You can tell tslime.vim to use the current session and current window, this let's you avoid specifying this on every upstart of vim.
Put the following in your
let g:tslime_always_current_session = 1 let g:tslime_always_current_window = 1
These are disabled by default, meaning you will have the ability to choose from every session/window/pane combination.
If you never want to select your pane, but want tslime to automatically send your text to
the pane in the current window with the largest height, put the following in your
let g:tslime_autoset_pane = 1
In this fork of tslime.vim, keybindings are not set automatically
for you. Instead, you can map whatever you'd like to one of the
plugin-specific bindings in your
To get the old defaults, put the following in your
vmap <C-c><C-c> <Plug>SendSelectionToTmux nmap <C-c><C-c> <Plug>NormalModeSendToTmux nmap <C-c>r <Plug>SetTmuxVars
To send a selection in visual mode to vim, set the following in your
vmap <your_key_combo> <Plug>SendSelectionToTmux
To grab the current method that a cursor is in normal mode, set the following:
nmap <your_key_combo> <Plug>NormalModeSendToTmux
Use the following to reset the session, window, and pane info:
nmap <your_key_combo> <Plug>SetTmuxVars
Have a command you run frequently, use this:
nmap <your_key_combo> :Tmux <your_command><CR>
More info about the
<Plug> and other mapping syntax can be found