I just released Shine 0.1.0! Features:
- Runs EUnit test suites in both Gleam and Erlang projects
- Finds and loads tests to run automatically through rebar3
- Prints how many tests were run, and how many failed
- Returns non-zero exit codes in case of failures (for CI)
On the ground floor the wall-to-wall carpet, radiators, door- and window frames, paneling, everything is painted in shades of green. A brave choice. I love it.
It might be overkill for a color scheme, but I’m trying this for Dim. The recommended way to install Dim is cloning the `1.x` branch:
git clone --branch 1.x firstname.lastname@example.org:jeffkreeftmeijer/vim-dim.git ~/.vim/pack/plugins/start/vim-dim
On the off chance that this is an original idea, I’d like to coin “pessimistic versioning branches”.
Released Dim 1.0 and 1.1 today. I guess it’s semantically versioned now.
I gave in. Instead of using netrw and ctags to navigate like I said I would, I installed fzf again. I’m really liking the new-to-me preview window. I’ve also added fzf.vim highlight colors to Dim (https://github.com/jeffkreeftmeijer/vim-dim/commit/b1332575624e5a212ca702a89f1c78acd88beb22) to limit it to using ANSI colors.
This is becoming quite the list! Thanks for your recommendations, everybody. I’ll have enough for a couple more bike rides (but feel free to keep them coming).
Another great thing about coc.nvim is its ability to automatically format files on save through its plugins.
I've turned on automatic formatting for Elixir and Rust files by adding both to `coc.preferences.formatOnSaveFiletypes` in `coc-settings.json`.
I released Grim (https://github.com/jeffkreeftmeijer/vim-dim/blob/49c5833997461afbd5c9b06582d23382e40a245f/colors/grim.vim), and vim-nightfall (https://github.com/jeffkreeftmeijer/vim-nightfall) this week, so I’ve officially added both to my Vim configuration for monochrome syntax highlighting in both light and dark mode.
Minimal effort .mov-to-.gif with ffmpeg. Improvements welcome.
That’s it for now! Please take it for a spin and let me know if you find something I can improve on.
Have a smart configuration in your ~/.vimrc yourself? Turn it into a plugin! A good place to start (and the source of most of my VimL-fu) is https://learnvimscriptthehardway.stevelosh.com.
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