Simple iTerm2 tab environment setup.
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Tabby

Tabby is a simple iTerm2 environment configuration tool. It allows you to create different environments for different projects, each with their own set of tabs and command sets.

Usage

Defining Environments

Environments should be stored in ~/.tabby/, using a simple and short name. We'll walk through building my ~/.tabby/blog.rb environment.

Tabby environments are just regular Ruby classes. The filename and classname should match, with the classname following regular Ruby standards:

class Blog < Tabby::Base
end

Define your project's root directory with basedir:

class Blog < Tabby::Base
  basedir "~/Dev/Blog"
end

Creating tabs is just a matter of creating methods. There should be one method per tab. The method name becomes the tab's title; replacing underscores with spaces.

class Blog < Tabby::Base
  basedir "~/Dev/Blog"

  def jekyll
    exec "jekyll --auto --server"
  end

  def sass
    exec "sass --watch public/css/main.sass:public/css/main.css"
  end
end

Each tab will start off by cd'ing into the environment's basedir. Then it will execute it's list of commands in order.

Starting An Environment

tabby blog

tabby

License

See LICENSE