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Jan 2016
Gertjan Roggemans
@groggemans
Jan 15 2016 01:45
I've written a tmux-plugin-manager to replace tpm (supports only tmux 1.9+ among other problems). It uses part of the ellipsis src files and is build in the same way. It can be installed with ellipsis and i've called it ellipsis-tpm. It's currently in an early alpha stage (more a proof of concept at the moment, low code quality in some places) would you mind if i further developed it under the ellipsis org? I also think ellipsis and ellipsis-tpm could share more code in the future with minor changes in the ellipsis source here and there.. :) if the project evolves well i might also at plugin/package managers for other tools.
Zach Kelling
@zeekay
Jan 15 2016 02:26
Sure go for it!
Gertjan Roggemans
@groggemans
Jan 15 2016 02:30
I transferred the project to the ellipsis org, can you give me the necessary access rights? (maybe make me a co owner on ellipsis again?)
Zach Kelling
@zeekay
Jan 15 2016 02:31
yep
Gertjan Roggemans
@groggemans
Jan 15 2016 02:31
ty :)
Zach Kelling
@zeekay
Jan 15 2016 02:32
there you go!
So are you a big tmux user?
What are your favorite plugins?
Gertjan Roggemans
@groggemans
Jan 15 2016 02:38
I use it all the time :) i've written some off my own to display mem and cpu usage and one for the battery percentage. besides that i also use tmux-plugins/resurrect to restore sessions and tmux-plugins/online-status to see if my network is up
most of the time i work with a full screen chrome browser with the vimium plugin (vim keys for chrome) and switch between that and a full screen terminal that runs tmux.
Gertjan Roggemans
@groggemans
Jan 15 2016 02:44
i hardly ever need a mouse this way :) and this setup is all i need 99% of the time. i'm also starting to use the i3 window manager, it will possibly take over some of the window management i currently use tmux for.
Zach Kelling
@zeekay
Jan 15 2016 02:47
nice
Ah interesting.
Not familiar with i3
I've dabbled with a fair number of window managers, xmonad probably the longest.
Gertjan Roggemans
@groggemans
Jan 15 2016 02:50
i chose i3 over xmonad because of the large haskell dependencies for xmonad, butt will probably also give xmonad a spin if i have some time :)
Zach Kelling
@zeekay
Jan 15 2016 02:54
I think I chose Xmonad purely because of the Haskell dependency.
About the only excuse I ever have to write any!
Although not the most fun project to hack on, honestly. Usually end up wasting a lot of time trying to integrate with various desktop services :P
Gertjan Roggemans
@groggemans
Jan 15 2016 02:56
haha :)