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Discussion on: Terminal Setup with Zsh + Tmux + Dracula Theme

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Waylon Walker

Sweet looking setup! I practically live in zsh, nvim, tmux, mine is not nearly as riced out as yours.

This year I moved my tmux workflow to heavily leverage sessions over windows, just released this article on my current workflow.

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André Brandão Author

Thanks! Do you also have the plugins to save your sessions between shutdowns?

I actually ended up with this setup after I had to temporarily work with a machine with just 4GB of RAM and couldn't use VSCode, Chrome, Docker, Node.js and React at the same time.

During this time I had to use Vim, but didn't fully migrate. I still want to try Neovim sometime.

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Waylon Walker

I don't have any plugins for tmux, just custom keybindings to make it easier for my muscle memory. I've been experimenting with :mksession in vim to restore my editor layout from where I last was.

nvim nightly is solid. There's a ton of new goodies in it. I've moved from coc to the built in lsp and it seems much easier to setup.

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Waylon Walker

This has been one of my favorite parts of my new setup, being able to open any project on my machine within a few keystrokes, and toggling back with alt+b.