- eliminates Ruby warning - support `-h` and `--help` flags - avoid outputting redundant `ansi-0` classname
Preserve C-l & C-k when there are no panes to select anyway.
I'M SO VERY SORRY
LN should use `-n` instead of `-h` option
As for ``` -n Same as -h, for compatibility with other ln implementations. ```
For activating an older version of a software if multiple versions were installed in Homebrew
wow check CI status so git such sophisticated
Solves the problem of finding in which fucking tmux window did I start that process
Shows the context of a certain commit related to tags
Show rbconfig entries for the current Ruby that match a pattern
Bypasses the official (slow) `travis` CLI tool and accesses the API directly to retrieve all logs for the last completed build of the current branch. Caches the result, so that subsequent lookups for the same SHA are instantaneous. When displaying logs, strip the contents of Travis "folds", which is git clone output, bundler install output, and similar.
Useful for loading the last stack trace from a Rails log file into vim quickfix list
Git status was the slowest: more than 200ms on large repos. rbenv lookups were reasonably fast, but not crucial to have. Looking up the git branch is silly fast and that info is useful to me, so it stays.
Throws warnings in some command substitution expressions. Plus I don't care much about terminal title anyway.
Now using tmm1/ripper-tags for Ruby and mislav/cstags for CoffeeScript