hyperbo.la :: lifestream
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macOS things – I tried out alacritty and tmux again but didn't switch away from iTerm2. I tried a bunch of fancy neovim LSP, floating pane, and lua config and then stripped all IDE bits out of vimrc to keep it just an editor. Finally enabled dark mode on my Mac (synced with the sunrise and sunset), switched to dark terminal and neovim color schemes. #win #vim

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The bare minimum I need on a server to feel comfortable is `set -o vi` #vim #bash

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So I have some autocmds in my vimrc already, but tonight I wrote my own. It detects macruby in the shebang of a script and sets a var to tell syntastic to load a different syntax checker #vim

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Just added #solarized and a #vim plugin (vrapper) to #eclipse. zOMG this is so awesome

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I remember when I first upgraded from notepad to scite when I first installed #ruby. You had to modify this conf file to get monospace all the time ... #vim is so much better #nostalgia

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Today I learned that #vim and #emacs treat newlines as line terminators. This means files written by them always end in a newline. #learnsomethingnew

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#vim modelines are the best. Just added filetype modelines to all of my wonkily named #bash config files. Syntax highlighting rules

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Switched to solarized color scheme in terminal and #vim. Everything looks different, I love it though. I'll get used to it. Also, Inconsolata rocks.

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yet again, #vim is awesome: http://danielchoi.com/software/vitunes.html

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#vim omni completion + #supertab = #vim #bliss. I'm never using an IDE again

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finally got around to giving my #vim config some love. MacVim is pretty cool.