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Table of contents
- Editor / IDE
- Vim Plugin Manager
- Vim Plugins
- ZSH Manager
- Mux / Multiplexer
- Tmux Plugins
- Dotfiles Manager
- Web Browsers
- Music Daemon and Player
The tools listed here are the tools I personally use for development, and other matters. I have arranged them in categories, as well as provided information (when I can) as to when I started using them.
Here are the following:
Editor / IDE
- in the past
- I use this in 2013 only in Mac.
- Sublime Text
- I seldom use this in 2013 in Mac.
- I use this all the time during my Linux/Unix days.
- I use this in Windows during college days.
- I use this starting 2014 up to the present in both Linux and Mac.
Vim Plugin Manager
- is short for
- why? A former colleague said, he is using pathogen, so I have decided to use an alternative.
I have a lot of installed vim plugins on my local, but I only use some of it. Some are the following:
Lokaltog’s easymotion - This provides a much simplier way to use some motions in vim.
Tpope’s fugitive - This is a git wrapper for vim.
Scrooloose’ nerdtree - I seldom use this but this provides a sidebar directory structure in vim.
Scrooloose’ syntastic - I use all the time with vim, passively. This checks code syntax of what I write when I save it. See the following screenshot:
Img src: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic
Kien’s ctrlp - This I use all the time. This is a full path fuzzy
file, buffer, mru, tag, ...finder for vim.
Raimondi’s delimitMate - I also use this all the time, passively. This plugin provides automatic closing of quotes, parenthesis, brackets, among others.
Godlygeek’s tabular - I use this when needed especially with tables. See vimcast.
Majutsushi’s tagbar - I seldom use this when needed. This provides a sidebar to vim for all tags in the current file, among others.
Nathanaelkane’s indent-guides - Indent guides for vim.
Tpope’s markdown - A markdown highlighter in vim.
Mattn’s emmet - A support for expanding abbreviations.
Example: type in
The above will become
<!DOCTYPE html> <html lang=en> <head> <meta charset=UTF-8> <title></title> </head> <body> </body> </html>
Rstacruz’s sparkup - Similar to emmet but can do more. For examples, see here.
Valloric’s YouCompeleteMe - A code completion engine for Vim. See animated screenshot below:
Img src: https://github.com/Valloric/YouCompleteMe
Powerline - This is a statusline plugin for vim, and provides statuslines and prompts for several other applications, including zsh, bash, tmux, IPython, Awsome and Qtile.
Mattn’s gist - A vimscript in creating gists in gist.github.com. To create gist, one can just
ENTER. Then, it will return the link to your gist. This however, requires webapi for this plugin to work.
There are other plugins that I use passively. Some I have not yet explored. For complete list of plugins that I use, see my dotfiles.
iTerm 2 - When in Mac, I use iTerm 2.
guake - When in Linux, I use guake.
ZSH - is a shell designed for interactive use.
Bourne-again shell - Bash is a Unix shell as a free software replacement for Bourne shell.
Shell plugins that I use include:
a) Junegunn’s fzf - It is a general-purpose command-line fuzzy finder.
Img src: https://github.com/junegunn/fzf
When I am lost where I am with vim, I just use fzf’s plugin for vim with
:FZF. This does not create vim buffer though, so as much as possible, I stick with ctrlp vim plugin.
robbyrussell’s oh-my-zsh - A community-driven framework for managing your zsh configuration. Includes 180+ optional plugins (rails, git, OSX, hub, capistrano, brew, ant, php, python, etc), over 120 themes to spice up your morning, and an auto-update tool so that makes it easy to keep up with the latest updates from the community.
oh-my-zsh plugins that I use
a) z - jump around
b) git and other git- plugins
Mux / Multiplexer
GNU Screen - In remote servers, I use screen to manage my sessions.
tmux - In my local desktop environment, I use tmux to manager different sessions and projects.
Thewtex’ tmux-mem-cpu-load - CPU, RAM memory, and load monitor for use with tmux.
For my .tmux.conf file, please check my dotfiles.
I use rcm. It is a management suite for dotfiles. My dotfiles can be found here.
Chrome - only for browsing.
Firefox - only for theming and debugging.
Music Daemon and Player
mpd - music player daemon
ncmpcpp - mpd client/player inspired by ncmpc
For installation, see installation guide article.
Nginx - I use now in my remote server as well on my local.
Apache2 - I use before.
vagrant - I use vagrant with puppet provisioner on my local development.
console - I use console all the time. I have crazy plans to do everything on console.
bash - I just love writing bash scripts.
docker-compose / lando /docksal - I use docker all the time. I use docksal with my Drupal projects.
There are other things that I did not mention here. I will just add into this list as time permits.