So in my foray into learning vi/vim, I’ve discovered a wonderful fork of the already awesome macvim with a built-in file-browser. Now, apparently you can add a file browser to any vi/vim with plugins, but this version is written in Obj-C so it’s native to OSX.
And of course with my luck the fork hasn’t been updated in almost a year.
So I spent a few minutes today to fork the fork and merge in all the latest commits from the upstream macvim repo.
If anyone wants to use this fork, the easiest way is with homebrew, just edit the macvim formula:
brew edit macvim
Find this line:
head 'https://github.com/b4winckler/macvim.git', :branch => 'master'
And replace it with this:
head 'https://github.com/jocelynmallon/macvim.git', :branch => 'split-browser'
Then install from head (be sure to uninstall the old version first if you already had it installed):
brew install macvim --HEAD --override-system-vim
So for anyone out there that uses MacVim, but can’t stand the default application and document icons, I generated a couple sets of custom icons, based on the gorgeous replacement icons by Jason Long
, Drew Yeaton
Just to be crystal clear, I didn’t create any of the artwork, I just generated the various file type .icns files.
UPDATE – 26 August, 2014: I added a fourth option based on the proposed “Yosemite” icon for MacVim by JasonLong.
UPDATE – 27 August, 2014: I’ve added a fifth option now, based on another proposed icon by mdznr.
Any of the icon sets can be downloaded here:
1024jp – https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9401664/mac%20stuff/macvim_docicons_1024jp.zip
Drew Yeaton – https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9401664/mac%20stuff/macvim_docicons_drewyeaton.zip
imeos – https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9401664/mac%20stuff/macvim_docicons_imeos.zip
Jason Long – https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9401664/mac%20stuff/macvim_docicons_jasonlong.zip
mdznr – https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9401664/mac%20stuff/macvim_docicons_mdznr.zip
Well, for anyone else out there considering an SFX/small-form-factor build, the new Silverstone 600W, 80-Plus Gold, Fully modular, SFX power supply is finally available on Amazon.
Honestly I’m surprised by how cheap it is, I was expecting ~$159+ before tax and shipping since this is a first of it’s kind, semi-passive, 600W SFX power supply. I mean, this can power a 4790k and a GTX Titan Z.
So if anyone out there is like me and prefers the default OSX Terminal.app, but is jealous of the wonderful color schemes available for iTerm2, I’ve ported a few of them over.
You can find all the ports here: https://girlintroverted.wordpress.com/terminal/
I’ll update that page with new themes whenever I have time
Quick Edit: Just wanted to add that I’m currently bouncing between the “Japanesque” and “idleToes” themes for my personal use.
Just a quick post for anyone that’s ever wanted the largest capacity 2.5″/9.5mm hard drive for their laptop or small-form-factor system.
Look for the Seagate Backup Plus Slim 2TB (STDR2000102)
If you don’t mind voiding the warranty, the drive inside is a Seagate Momentus ST2000LM003/Samsung Spinpoint M9T, 2TB, 2.5″ 5400RPM with standard SATA data and power connectors.