Config files for vim and tmux, lovingly tended by a small subculture of peace-loving hippies. Built for Mac OS X.
What's in it?
- MacVim (independent or for use in a terminal)
- iTerm 2
- Awesome syntax highlighting with the Solarized color scheme
,dbrings up NERDTree, a sidebar buffer for navigating and manipulating files
,tbrings up Command-T, a project file filter for easily opening specific files
,brestricts Command-T to open buffers
,astarts project search with ack.vim using ag (like ack)
csdelete/change surrounding characters (e.g.
'Hey!') with vim-surround
\\\toggles current line comment
\\toggles visual selection comment lines
vaivisually select in or around the cursor's indent
,[space]strips trailing whitespace
^]jump to definition using ctags
,lbegins aligning lines on a string, usually used as
,l=to align assignments
^hjklmove between windows, shorthand for
^ais the prefix
- mouse scroll initiates tmux scroll
prefix vmakes a vertical split
prefix smakes a horizontal split
If you have trouble compiling the Command-T C extension, check mkmf.log in the
current directory; you may need to use
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request
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.