15 Jun '13, 1pm

Seamlessly Navigate Vim and tmux Splits

June 15, 2013 derekprior vim tmux Seamlessly Navigate Vim and tmux Splits My tmux session for a given project typically has two horizontal tmux panes with Vim occupying the top 80% of the screen and a shell running below that occupying the remainder. For the most part I stay in vim, splitting often, and moving amongst those splits with ease . Then I’ll decide to pop down to the shell split for a moment and confidently hit <C-j> … nothing. Hmph. Let’s try again. <C-j> … nothing. Oh, right, that’s not a Vim split, it’s a tmux split. <C-a>j . I’m constantly stumbling over the disconnect between Vim and tmux splits. There’s a little mental hurdle I have to clear each time and I fail at that more often than I’d care to admit. It’s 2013; Shouldn’t the computer be able to figure out what I meant and just do that? As it turns out, yes. Vim and tmux, Together in Harmony Mislav Maro...

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