29 Jan '14, 7pm

Replacing NERDTree with Ctrl-P

Replacing NERDTree with Ctrl-P

Replacing NERDTree with Ctrl-P Lisa Sy January 29, 2014 vim For many months, I used NERDTree to view my project directory within Vim. During my introduction to Rails application development, it was valuable to see the Rails tree structure in my left sidebar. Two weeks ago, I un-installed NERDTree from my .vimrc because I realized that I could improve my workflow without it. I used to depend so much on NERDTree. With NERDTree, the visual tree structure fixed to your left sidebar is valuable because it tells you how your project is organized. However, I realized that I was using NERDTree as a crutch to lean on whenever I needed to locate and open an existing file. By depending so much on this tool, I never questioned how I could optimize my Vim workflow in other ways. Replacing NERDTree with Ctrl-P I discovered that I could develop a more efficient workflow by eliminating NE...

Full article: http://robots.thoughtbot.com/replacing-nerdtree-with-ctrl-p

Tweets

Our Home <3 ....then I woke up :P

Our Home <3 ....then I woke up :P

naturalhomes.org 01 Feb '14, 8pm

This beautiful tiny cob home sits on the banks of a small stream in Somerset, England. Recently the little stream became a...