Easily interact with tmux from vim.
What inspired me to write vimux was tslime.vim, a plugin that lets you send input to tmux. While tslime.vim works well, I felt it wasn't optimized for my primary use case which was having a smaller tmux pane that I would use to run tests or play with a REPL.
My goal with vimux is to make interacting with tmux from vim effortless. By default when you call
RunVimTmuxCommand vimux will create a 20% tall horizontal pane under your current tmux pane and execute a command in it without losing focus of vim. Once that pane exists whenever you call
RunVimTmuxCommand again the command will be executed in that pane. As I was using vimux myself I wanted to rerun commands over and over. An example of this was running the current file through rspec. Rather than typing that over and over I wrote
RunLastVimTmuxCommand that will execute the last command you called with
Other auxiliary functions and the ones I talked about above can be found bellow with a full description and example key binds for your vimrc.
vim-bundle install benmills/vimux
- Vimux requires vim with compiled ruby support. You can confirm you have ruby support by running
vim --version | grep +ruby.
- Vimux assumes a tmux version >= 1.5. Some older versions might work but it is recommeded to use at least version 1.5.
- vim-vroom runner for rspec, cucumber and test/unit; vimux support via
- vimux-ruby-test a set of commands to easily run ruby tests
- vimux-cucumber run Cucumber Features through Vimux
- vim-turbux Turbo Ruby testing with tmux
- vimux-pyutils A set of functions for vimux that allow to run code blocks in ipython
- vimux-nose-test Run nose tests in vimux
The full documentation is available online and accessible inside vim