Rainglow published a great collection of editor themes, available for vim, Atom, sublime, XCode, etc.
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Working with lots of projects at the same time in qobo.biz, I started to get confused on which branch I’m currently working.
Going back to the terminal, to check the diffs and commits, became a time waste in my daily routine, so I took a break during lunch, to get my vim plugins an upgrade. The catch of the day is the following:
Vim-Airline is a powerful status/tabline facelift of a default statusline with lots of customizations, and useful information on the files you work with. It nicely fits solarized theme, has color shift on different modes:
Vim-gitgutter – is currently my favorite. The plugin identifies on-the-fly differences in the files you’re working in.
* :Gblame - now you can blame yourself in all the bugs * :Gstatus - what's the status? * :Gbrowse - redirects you to repositories file in github/bitbucket * :Gcommit - let the fun begin
To summarize it all, a bit of editors fun from Twitter:
— Unix tool tip (@UnixToolTip) January 8, 2016
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