My Terminal and Shell Setup for macOS, where I live all day. Most can easily be replicated in Linux and Windows.
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- Terminal: iTerm2 on macOS, cmder for Windows
- Color Theme: GruvBox iTerm2 & Vim Color Theme (with light and dark mode for both)
- Shell: Zsh 5.2 (/bin/zsh that comes with macOS 10.12). Didn't see the need to use
brew install zshjust to go to 5.3
- Zsh "Configuration Manager": Oh-My-Zsh
- Shell Editor: Vim 8.x (macvim) or neovim (install via homebrew)
- VIM Distrobution: SpaceVim makes good feature-rich defaults (works with both vim/nvim)
- GUI Editor: Visual Studio Code (For me, it replaced Atom last year and I never looked back)
- Sauce Code Pro Font from Nerd Fonts which gives me VIM + Powerline + icons. That's all you need, but if you're curious: It's based off another mod to support this font with Powerline in VIM, which itself is based off the original Adobe Source Code Pro open source font. Whew, what a rabbit hole 😵
- True Color enabled in iTerm2, Zsh, and Vim
- Italics enabled in iTerm/Vim
- Custom Zsh prompt with 🐳 and "presentation mode" option
- INSANE Wild Cherry theme. Love this, but is it a daily them? Not sure.
- Tmux for shell session management/persistence (most of this stuff works in Tmux)
- Mosh for better SSH that auto-reconnects and uses UDP for slow/laggy/lossy
- SilverSearcher (
agfrom cli) for better Shell Code/Text Search
- Pygmentize (
pcatfrom cli) for color cat output of code (syntax highlighting).
- Terminal Markdown Viewer (
mdvfrom cli) for color markdown printing in shell (because pcat doesn't do markdown well).